I am a lifelong resident of Wake County. My parents, Alonzo and Brenda McCullers, made Wake County their home over 40 years ago and continue to do so today. I attended and graduated from William G. Enloe High School. There I was inspired to get involved and be of service to my community. After earning my diploma, I moved on to North Carolina Central University. As a college student, an internship with the Durham County District Attorney’s Office sparked a fire within me and lit my path on the journey to justice. In 2000, I earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal justice. Upon completion of my studies at North Carolina Central, I decided I wanted to become an attorney and be of service to those who were in need of assistance. To further my goal, I entered the Norman A. Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. I was able to matriculate and equip myself with the necessary tools to move forward on the journey to justice. While there, I had an opportunity to prosecute a broad spectrum of criminal charges in district court while working with the Wake County District Attorney’s Office.
In 2003, I earned my Juris Doctorate from Campbell University. Since then, I have prepared myself to serve. I have held positions with Legal Aid of North Carolina and worked as a general practitioner, and am now a founding partner at McCullers Whitaker & Hamer, PLLC. While in private practice, I have continued my commitment to bettering myself and being prepared to serve. I am a Wake County District Court Arbitrator. I am a licensed Superior Court Certified Mediator. I have served on the Leadership Development Committee for the Wake County Bar Association. I am also a prior serving member of the Wake county 10th Judicial District and Wake Bar Association Board of Directors.
I am thankful for those professional accomplishments. However, I am more than grateful for the blessings I am privileged to call family. My wife, Bene, and I live in Holly Springs with our three heartbeats Savannah, Caleb, and Mackenzie. While a family, busy law practice, and community involvement doesn’t leave much time extracurricular every now and again, you just may find your friendly neighborhood District Court Candidate out for a stroll on his Harley. I hold fast to the commitment that there are certain tenants that should be unwavering in our daily journey to justice. I believe every citizen deserves to be treated with respect, fairness, and have his or her matter move forward with the rule of law leading the way. I am humbly asking for your support and an opportunity to earn your vote to become your next Wake County District Court Judge, and I invite you to join me on the journey justice.