The 7 Essential Elements of a DWI in Wake County

  When you have been arrested for Driving While Impaired that means the police officer has found probable cause to believe that you are appreciably impaired, or essentially too drunk to drive. You will not be fully charged with a Raleigh DWI until you have been found with a .08 or above on the Intoximeter […]

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Sobriety Checkpoints

There has been much debate in previous years that checking stations are a violation of a person’s 4th Amendments rights, or the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures. North Carolina believes, however, that the importance of preventing drinking and driving among other […]

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Immigration Law for the Small Business Owner – Part 2

Immigration for the Business Owner – Part 2 So, I spent the last installment of this blog talking about the different terms, kinds, and nuances in immigration, at least at a high level. I did that so I could write this blog post – talking about what and why certain things are important to small […]

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Immigration Basics for the Small Business Owner – Pt 1

Immigration for the Business Owner – Part 1 I had a question come up recently from a client, and I had to learn a lot more about immigration law than I had ever intended. I thought I’d try and share what I learned as a sort of primer for businesses to think about when addressing […]

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Criminal Background: Can I Not Hire this Person?

I used to do some criminal defense work and I’d get some questions about how a criminal history would affect hiring decisions. Now, as I’m almost exclusively practicing small business law, I get the same sort of questions, but from a different angle: Can I *not* hire this person? Here’s the thing: You’ve got several […]

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