Who Is Charles L. Fuller?

Charles Fuller while located in Columbia, Maryland consistently serves clients in the Baltimore – Washington D.C. Metro area, Including Baltimore City and the following counties: Baltimore, Howard, Anne Arundel, Prince Georges, Montgomery and the entire state of Maryland.  The practice consist of experience in the following areas:  DUI / DWI, criminal defense, Juvenile Delinquency cases, Personal Injury, Estate / Probate Administration and Last Will and Testaments.  We provide effective legal advice and legal representation based on personal client attention and communication.

Charles Fuller also practices before the Unites States District Court for Maryland handling criminal and civil matters.

Charles Fuller translates complex legal terminology and process into simple and practical actions for his clients. His explanations allow clients to make informed decisions on how to address and resolve their legal issues. His philosophy is to keep clients well informed about their case and any case developments. Charles Fuller takes pride in building and maintaining relationships with clients based on honesty and integrity.  His clients are very satisfied with the legal services he provides as demonstrated by the new client referrals from his existing clients.

Charles Fuller, a top lawyer as seen in “Super Lawyers”, has over twenty years of experience as a trial attorney for civil defense, White collar crimes, and criminal defense. This experience includes seven years working as Staff Attorney for the Patuxent Institution, a maximum security  prison in Jessup, Maryland.  As the attorney in this role, he represented the State of Maryland in parole revocation hearings, personnel matters, unemployment insurance claims, and insured the Institution was in compliance with the Code of Maryland Regulation. This depth of experience makes him one of the top Columbia Maryland criminal defense lawyers and a top trial lawyer.

Maryland Bar Association


National Bar Association


Legal Excellence Award


Governor’s Citation