Tag Archives: Raleigh Criminal Lawyer

Appreciable Impairment     

Today’s blog will attempt to explain the significance of ‘Appreciable Impairment’ as it pertains to North Carolina’s DWI Law.  DWI’s are the most litigated crime in North Carolina, and there are many different facets that create challenges for both the State and the Defense.  However, when dealing with Appreciable Impairment, it’s hard to understate how […]

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NC Speeding to Elude Law Explained                     

So, today’s blog is to go through and explain how North Carolina handles Speeding to Elude charges. There have been a rash of these type of cases lately, and some fatalities as a result of individuals attempting to elude police.  Obviously, our recommendation is never to run from police who are effectuating a legal traffic stop.  […]

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Costs of a NC Driving While Impaired Charge

So, recently I was having a discussion with a client about the Costs of a NC Driving While Impaired charge costs a driver.  I decided to blog about it so that those that were interested in the overall costs of a DWI, they would have this as a resource.  Although my practice consists of handling […]

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NC Expungement Law Taking Effect December 1, 2017

We have been receiving an influx of phone calls from clients who are curious about the new NC expungement law that will be effective starting December 1, 2017.  So I wanted to take this time to share this new information with you as well as provide some general knowledge about NC Expungement Law. Starting December […]

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Answering College or Job Application Questions with a Prior or Pending Criminal Charge

Some of the most common questions that we get asked at our firm about answering college or job application questions are set out below. We wanted to shed some light on the responses that we give to our clients who are faced with similar questions. 1. Have you ever been adjudicated guilty or convicted of […]

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