Tag Archives: NC DWI

North Carolina DWI Law | Understanding ‘Laura’s Law’

Since this is a blog about North Carolina DWI Defense, written by a Raleigh DWI Attorney it would only make sense that I review North Carolina’s Sentencing Structure. This is additionally important because, as of yesterday, North Carolina DWI Sentencing Structure has changed. I have previously written about Laura’s Law which not only adds a […]

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North Carolina District Court | What Not to Say in District Court

This morning I was in Criminal Court in Durham, North Carolina and observed something that I have seen many times and decided to write an blog about it. I heard a criminal defendant, represented by a Criminal Defense Attorney speak directly to the Judge when he was addressing counsel. And before that, I observed a […]

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North Carolina District Court | The District Attorney’s Role in Court

Today’s Raleigh DWI Attorney blog is going to deal with the roll of the Assistant District Attorneys in the prosecution of Criminal Defendants.  Though today’s Raleigh DWI Attorney blog deals in the area of Driving While Intoxicated, this blog applies to all criminal prosecution; including traffic. First, don’t think this blog will be used to […]

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North Carolina Driving Law: Understanding the Limited Driving Privilege

In today’s DWI Blog, I will be focusing on North Carolina’s Limited Driving Privilege.  Though a Limited Driving Privilege applies to more situation then a DWI, today’s blog will only focus on it’s function in the DWI world. First, the Petition is just that, a petition.  The Privilege must be agreed to by a District […]

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North Carolina Driving Law: Driving While License Revoked – The Gift that Keeps on Giving

Okay, so today’s blog will deal with the North Carolina charge of Driving While License Revoked.  Though this may seem a bit out of bounds for a Driving While Intoxicated blog, it’s not as far off the mark as you may believe.  Let me explain. A North Carolina DWI Conviction carries with it a one-year […]

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