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North Carolina’s Zero-Tolerance Policy on DWIs: A Breakdown
North Carolina’s Zero-Tolerance Policy on DWIs: A Breakdown

Trick question: In North Carolina, what is the legal limit for alcohol consumption? If you guessed .08, you’re correct. Now, what is the legal limit for those under the age of 21? Unless you guessed 0, then you’re wrong. You may have heard talk of North Carolina’s “zero ...

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  • North Carolina’s Zero-Tolerance Policy on DWIs: A Breakdown

    Trick question: In North Carolina, what is the legal limit for alcohol consumption? If you guessed .08, you’re correct. Now, what is the legal limit for those under the age of 21? Unless you guessed ...

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  • North Carolina Traffic Offenses: FAQs Answered

    If you’ve ever received a traffic ticket in North Carolina, you likely have numerous questions, ranging from whether you need to attend your court date, to how (if at all) the ticket will impact your ...

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  • Assault Crimes in North Carolina

    In North Carolina, “assault” and “battery” are general terms used to describe specific types of crimes against another person. Specifically, the North Carolina General Statutes define four types of ...

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  • What You Should Know About the Dangers of Narcotics

    Our country is facing a drug crisis and the State of North Carolina is not immune to its effects. Opioids, otherwise known as narcotics, are a family of dangerous drugs that are commonly used, and ...

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  • Your First Appearance in Court: What to Expect

    If you’ve been charged with a crime under North Carolina law, you are entitled to a “first appearance:” a proceeding before a judge in which the court reviews your charges. Not to be confused with an ...

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  • The Consequences of Mailing Drugs and Other Banned Substances

    There are serious consequences for anyone who is caught mailing drugs or other banned substances. If you’ve been charged with sending (or receiving) drugs or other prohibited substances through the ...

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