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  • Electric Scooters and North Carolina DWI Law
    Electric Scooters and North Carolina DWI Law

    Electric scooters have started to pop up everywhere across North Carolina. Sometimes called “bird” scooters (named after the company that rents them), it seems like everywhere you look, someone is ...

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  • How a DWI Can Affect Your Professional Licensing
    How a DWI Can Affect Your Professional Licensing

    You probably know that driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina can come with severe consequences. Depending on the seriousness of the offense, a DWI conviction can result in prison time, steep ...

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  • Can My Lawyer Appear in Court for Me?
    Can My Lawyer Appear in Court for Me?

    From having to take time off from work to arranging childcare and finding transportations, planning for a court hearing can be a logistical nightmare. Many defendants wonder whether a criminal defense ...

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  • New Law Change for Expungements of Felonies and Misdemeanors for Juveniles
    New Law Change for Expungements of Felonies and Misdemeanors for Juveniles

    On June 25, 2020, Governor Cooper signed the Second Chance Act into law. The new law, which goes into effect on December 1, 2020, expands who is eligible for expungements in North Carolina. Here, we ...

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  • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI
    The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

    North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

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  • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina
    An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

    When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

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