Attorney

Zachary A. Cohen

Zachary Cohen was born in Salisbury, North Carolina and graduated from West Rowan High School where he was a two sport athlete in football and track and field. His senior year he broke the North Carolina 2A Discus record which he still holds today. He attended Wingate University on football and academic scholarships and played football for four years. After graduating from Wingate University, he relocated to Texas earning his Juris Doctor from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth.

Between his second and third year of law school, he interned with the office of the District Attorney in Union County, North Carolina and during this internship he gained valuable experience in evaluating cases through a prosecutor’s perspective and trial experience in both District and Superior Courts. During his internship with the District Attorney’s Office, his first trial was prosecuting a DWI. After passing the North Carolina Bar exam in 2005, Zachary Cohen immediately began his practice as a private attorney in Monroe, North Carolina. Zachary Cohen is an experienced trial attorney who is dedicated to defending his clients.

Carol Moree was born in Monroe, North Carolina and graduated from Sun Valley High School in 1985. She received her Associate in Science Degree in Office Systems Management from Wingate College in 1987. Immediately upon graduating from Wingate College, she began working as a paralegal for a law firm in Monroe, North Carolina, and has continually worked for several attorneys in Monroe before joining the team at the Law Offices of Zachary A. Cohen in early March of 2013.

With over 26 years of experience in the courtroom, helping clients, assisting attorneys, and building strong working relationships with courthouse personnel, she has gained the respect of her colleagues. She also possesses the knowledge, skill and experience to answer many of your questions regarding DWIs, driving privileges, driving records, expunctions, speeding tickets, wills, powers of attorney, living wills, and healthcare powers of attorney, as well as courtroom procedures.

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