Ronnie Crisco was born and raised in nearby Kannapolis, North Carolina and is a proud alumnus of A.L. Brown High School. In 2002, he graduated magna cum laude from Duke University with a degree in Public Policy Studies from the Terry Sanford School. For his legal training, Ronnie attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with honors in May 2005.
Ronnie is founder and coach of the Mooresville High School Mock Trial Team, which competes in the North Carolina Advocates for Justice High School Mock Trial Competition. Ronnie's students have earned two regional championships (‘10 & ‘12); numerous individual awards; and competed in the North Carolina state finals three times since 2008.
Ronnie is a past President of the Judicial District 22-A Bar Association, which encompasses both Iredell and Alexander Counties. He is also a past Chairman and Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for the Exchange/SCAN Child & Parenting Center(Stop Child Abuse Now), which works to protect abused and at-risk children and provide resources to parents in need of help. Currently, Ronnie serves as an advisor to the Board of Directors for Mooresville Youth Athletics, supporting youth football in the Mooresville community.
Ronnie focuses his practice in the areas of family law, criminal law, and civil litigation. He represents clients in all phases of domestic law, from prenuptial agreements through separation and divorce, including child custody & support, alimony, and property division. In 2013, he distinguished himself by qualifying as a Board Certified Specialist in Family Law. Currently, he is working with other members of the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association to study the pros and cons of implementing uniform guidelines for the amount and duration of alimony awards in North Carolina.
Ronnie also devotes a substantial portion of his practice to litigation involving contracts, construction disputes, tort claims, motorsports-related litigation, and other civil matters in both state and federal courts. In criminal matters, Ronnie defends his clients in both district and superior courts on felonies, misdemeanors, and routine traffic citations.
Ronnie lives in the Mooresville with his wife Stephanie, who is Supervisor of the Charles Mack Citizen Center, and their two children Carter and Natalie.
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