Roy is a seasoned and respected attorney who has represented thousands of Davidson and Davie County residents in his almost 20 years of practicing law. Roy graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law. Today, as a partner at Brinkley Walser Stoner PLLC, Roy represents clients in sophisticated criminal and civil legal matters.
Roy is a Major in the U.S. Army Reserves JAG Corps. He has 32 years of military service, including times as an infantryman in the Marine Corps. Through dedicated training and expert performance, Roy has risen to the rank of Major and serves as the Deputy Command Judge Advocate for the 166th Regional Support Group at Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico. There, he advises senior Army leadership on complex legal issues and manages an office of junior Soldiers. Roy is also a Gold Star family member, having lost his father in the Vietnam War.
His experience as an attorney in private practice and leader in the JAG Corps has given Roy the perspective to take on the great responsibility of sitting as a District Court Judge. He understands the role and importance of strong leadership and he is not afraid to make the tough calls.
Roy is an advocate for our community and treasures moments to meet the good people of Davidson and Davie counties. He is involved with Kiwanis, Cub Scouts, Davidson County Arts, the Bar Associations for Davidson County and Judicial District 22B, Boys Scouts, the Fraternal Order of the Police, VFW, and the American Legion. Roy serves on the Vestry of Grace Episcopal Church.
Roy lives in Davidson County with his wife, Jennie, and their three children. When he gets a break from legal work and military service, Roy enjoys kayaking and hiking in the backwoods of North Carolina, and of course, spending time with his beautiful family.