Arthur A. Donadio has been practicing law in Moore County for more than two decades. A 1996 graduate of the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University, Arthur started his legal career as a prosecutor working in Moore, Montgomery and Randolph Counties. He is a past president of the Moore County Bar Association and a member of the North Carolina Bar Association as well as the North Carolina Advocates for Justice.
Arthur restricts his practice primarily to the defense of individuals. He has a large criminal defense practice representing people charged with DWI, speeding tickets and other motor vehicle offenses. He also represents clients facing misdemeanor and felony offenses in the district and superior courts. He is qualified, first chair counsel in capital cases, and is frequently called upon to represent individuals charged with first degree murder.
In civil court, Arthur represents parents facing neglect, abuse and dependency allegations, as well as individuals engaged in 50B domestic litigation. He represents juveniles and their parents in juvenile court and in situations involving suspensions and expulsions from public schools. He is also available to represent individuals in DMV revocation and restoration hearings as well as assisting with the expungement of criminal records.
Arthur is the son of Donald, a lawyer, and Nell, a school teacher. He grew up in Winston Salem and Raleigh, NC. His father and mother instilled in him a love of service and a committment to excellence. Over the last twenty years, he has established a reputation among his colleagues and clients as a fighter who will not settle for less than the best for the people he represents.
Norman Adrian Wiggins School of law, Campbell University