Founding parter of Beaver Courie, Jerry Beaver is one of North Carolina's best known and well-respected trial attorneys. He has been listed in "Best Lawyers in America" for more than two decades and as one of North Carolina’s Legal Elite by North Carolina Business Magazine since the inception of the directory. Since 2003, he has been selected for recognition in the publication North Carolina Super Lawyers, a listing of lawyers made up of 5% of North Carolina lawyers selected by peer review. He has been listed as an AV lawyer by Martindale Hubble Legal Directory for twenty-five years. Jerry has been involved in many of the region’s most interesting and eventful criminal cases including representation of Robert Fulton Kelly in the notorious “Little Rascals” prosecution which resulted in the dismissal of more than 100 separate charges of child sexual abuse. Today, his criminal practice is largely concentrated in representation of clients charged with serious felony offenses in both State and Federal Court, including white-collar prosecutions, wire fraud, bank fraud, Medicaid and Medicare fraud, sexual offenses, drug charges, and crimes of violence. For forty-three years, Gerald has participated in hundreds of personal injury, premises liability civil trials and settlements including his successful representation of Jackson “Rock” Pinckney, a Fort Bragg NC soldier against international film star Jean Claude Van Damme for personal injuries sustained during the filming of the motion picture “Cyborg,” a case featured on Court TV.