Tag Archives: reasonable doubt

Raleigh DWI Defense Lawyer | How Blood Tests Can Fail!

So, I realize it’s been a while since my last blog post to the Raleigh DWI Attorney Blog. September was a hectic month and I really could not find time to breath. In truth, I’m still crazy busy with all of the Raleigh DWI Charges and Raleigh Criminal Charges I’m handling, but a recent article […]

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Raleigh DWI Defense Lawyer | Handling a ‘Blood Case’

So today’s Raleigh DWI Attorney blog is going to deal with what happens when an individual facing a North Carolina DWI Charge either refuses to blow in the Intoxilzyer or are unable to and the State elects to draw the Defendant’s blood to test for their blood/alcohol concentration. Commonly referred to as a ‘blood case’ […]

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Raleigh DUI Defense | Understanding How Checkpoints Operate

So, today’s Raleigh DWI Attorney Blog will discuss some aspects of the checkpoint and in what ways can they be challenged. Many people understand that, unfortunately, the Police have the ability to set up checkpoints. What many do not realize is the limited scope for which they can setup the checkpoint. As a Raleigh DUI […]

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North Carolina DWI/Traffic Stops | Your Right to Refuse

I believe I have cased over this topic in previous blogs, but this is of such importance, I feel I need to go over it once more (and probably will periodically in hopes of it helping potential DWI Defendant’s). For those faced with a North Carolina DWI Stop, and specifically a Raleigh DWI Stop many […]

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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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