Category Archives: Traffic

Caso….cerrado?

Se escucha todo el tiempo en novelas de abogados en la televisión. Después de una hora desgarradora de morderse las uñas, los espectadores dejan escapar un suspiro de alivio cuando el abogado sale y dice “caso cerrado”. Sin embargo, Reaccionarían de la misma manera si el abogado dijera: “el caso ha sido desestimado voluntariamente con […]

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Case…Dismissed?

  We hear it all the time on television lawyer dramas. After a heart-wrenching hour of biting its nails, the crowd lets out an audible sigh of relief as the attorney exits the court room and utters the words “case dismissed.” However, would they react in the same way if the attorney instead walked out […]

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A Lawyers Examination of the Traffic Stop in ’99 Problems’ by Jay-Z

(Disclaimer – this is an evaluation of a fictitious scenario based on North Carolina and US law and is not meant, in any way, to constitute legal advice or recommendations on what you should do during a traffic stop) So, I heard this song on my way into work today and thought it would be […]

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Understanding Traffic Laws

DWI

Recently, a client hired us for a traffic case that emphasized the complexities and nuances of NC traffic law. Once we studied this particular client’s driving record, the traffic ticket and the client’s outcome was not even as complicated or unusual but really highlighted the fact that traffic tickets can be much more complex than […]

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Top 4 Ways a DWI Charge Can Affect Your Career

1.  Suspended License If you are convicted of Driving While Impaired in North Carolina your license will be suspended for a minimum of 12 months. If your license is suspended and you don’t get a limited driving privilege for driving to/from work (NC does allow this exemption under certain circumstances) then you’re either taking a […]

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