Raleigh DWI Attorney | Silence As Evidence Against You

So, recently there was a very important ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in case that will have far reaching implications for those facing hiring this Wake County Criminal Defense Attorney,  as well as the rest of the country.  The case in questions, Salinas V. Texas, deals with an individual being questioned by police regarding […]

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Raleigh DUI Lawyers | What is Up With Wake County DUI Courtroom

So, for anyone who’s ever been through a DWI charge in Wake County, they may have heard a reference to a courtroom ‘5C.’  As a Raleigh DWI Defense Attorney, I have resolved many cases in courtroom 5C and though it has gone through several revisions recently, it has come to be a tried and true […]

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Raleigh Criminal Lawyer | Dealing With DNA Evidence Issues

Well, it happened.  The Supreme Court has ruled in the case of Maryland V. King where an individual was arrested for an assault charge when his DNA was taken from a swab of his mouth and was used to convict him of an unresolved rape case.  While convicting a rapist is certainly good for the […]

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Raleigh DWI Lawyers | Checkpoint Information

Well, it’s been a while since I posted, but thought it was necessary to get back on here and add some new insight to the world of serving as a Raleigh DWI Attorney. Recently, there’s been an increase in police activities on the roads of Wake County. Mainly, I have seen more and more Wake […]

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Wake County Traffic Lawyer | Move Over Requirements

So, to little fan fare and publicity, the North Carolina Traffic Law regarding the requirement to move over for emergency vehicles has recently changed. What requirements drivers face when approaching ’emergency vehicles’ has changed to include new ’emergency personnel’ that most people may not think to give consideration to. As a Raleigh Traffic Lawyer and […]

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