Chris Beechler co-counsel on high profile Winston-Salem Police Department case involving high school student.

Chris Beechler recently served as co-counsel on a case involving an officer with the Winston-Salem Police Department that garnered national attention after video of a high school student’s arrest was posted on Facebook and went viral. Chris defended the officer, who was exonerated after an internal investigation, as well as an independent assessment by an instructor with the N.C. Justice Academy.

Read the Winston-Salem Journal article here:

Isabel Alele Joins Beechler Tomberlin

Beechler Tomberlin is proud to announce that Isabel Alele has joined the firm as an Associate. Isabel practices in the area of civil matters, focusing on education law, as well as criminal matters. Isabel received her BA from Covenant College and her JD from Wake Forest University School of Law.

See Isabel’s complete bio here:

Isabel Alele

Children’s Law Center – Birthday Blast 2018!!

Beechler Tomberlin is proud to, once again, sponsor the Children’s Law Center of Central North Carolina’s Birthday Blast 2018!

The mission of the Children’s Law Center of Central North Carolina is to provide children with quality legal advocacy focusing on domestic violence issues, high conflict custody cases and ensuring access to education. Our ultimate goal is to enable children to grow up in safe environments and to become emotionally healthy adults. We are committed to making Forsyth County and Central North Carolina a safer place for children – one family at a time.

Beechler Tomberlin Places 2nd in 2018 Legal Feeding Frenzy!

Beechler Tomberlin recently placed 2nd in our division for the 2018 North Carolina Legal Feeding Frenzy, a food and fund drive competition among all North Carolina law firms, law schools, and organizations to assist NC Food Banks, including Second Harvest Food Bank. The statewide event collected more than 373,000 pounds of food. Legal Feeding Frenzy was created by The Young Lawyers Division of the North Carolina Bar Association.

Federal Medicaid fraud case featured in Winston-Salem Journal

The $1.4 million Medicaid fraud case, in which Chris Beechler was counsel for one defendant, has concluded in Jacksonville, Florida. Two Winston-Salem men, who had pleaded guilty in October for their participation in a conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud, were sentenced on March 27th to federal prison.  To read the entire article, please click the logo below.

Beechler Tomberlin Sponsors 2018 Legal Feeding Frenzy

The law firm of Beechler Tomberlin is proud to sponsor and participate in the 2018 Legal Feeding Frenzy—a food and fund drive competition among all North Carolina law firms, law schools, and organizations to assist Feeding The Carolinas’ Food Banks.

Over 1.8 million North Carolinian’s are considered “food insecure,” one of the highest rates in the country, according to a recent study by Feeding America. Many of these individuals are children, senior citizens, and disabled adults. Sadly, North Carolina has one of the highest rates of children under age five experiencing a lack of adequate food; nearly one in four. In fact, North Carolina’s food banks continue to experience record demand for services. In 2015-16 alone, the food banks in the Carolina’s distributed nearly 182 million pounds of food and grocery products; the equivalent of over 204 million meals.

In response to this urgent need, the Office of the Attorney General, The Young Lawyers Division of the North Carolina Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Foundation, and Feeding The Carolinas’ have joined efforts to create the North Carolina Legal Feeding Frenzy.

Chris Beechler featured in W-S Journal article

Attorney Chris Beechler was a contributing legal expert in a recent story on sex offender law in the Winston-Salem Journal.  Click the image below to read the complete article:


Beechler Tomberlin Proudly Sponsors SCAN Spring Gala

Beechler Tomberlin is proud to, once again, sponsor the Annual Spring Pinwheel Gala benefiting Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN). This year’s Gala will be held on Friday, April 13, 2018 at the prestigious Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts in Winston-Salem, NC.

The 2017 Pinwheel Gala was attended by more than 200 supporters and raised $27,500 to prevent and treat child abuse.

Exchange/SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to prevent and treat child abuse in northwest North Carolina. This mission is accomplished through a variety of services aimed at strengthening families, enhancing parent-child relationships and increasing community awareness. SCAN has provided services to thousands of children and families throughout the Piedmont Triad for 36 years. For more information or to donate to SCAN, please click the image below.


2018 North Carolina ‘Super Lawyers’ Honors Christopher Beechler

For the 5th consecutive year, Chris Beechler has been recognized as a North Carolina Super Lawyer in Criminal Defense by North Carolina Super Lawyers magazine.

Super Lawyers is an independent lawyer ranking service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The annual selections are made using a multiphase process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of candidates and peer reviews by practice area. The result is a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of exceptional attorneys.

To view the digital edition of the 2018 North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine, click here (Chris’ honor is on page 23 under Criminal Defense).



Chris Beechler counsel in federal Medicaid fraud case in Florida

Chris Beechler has been hired as counsel in a $1.4 million Medicaid fraud case in Jacksonville, Florida.

He has also been featured in a Florida Times-Union article on the case. Click the logo below for more information: