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  • Avoiding DWIs: Staying Safe This Holiday Season
    Avoiding DWIs: Staying Safe This Holiday Season

    It’s no secret that the most wonderful time of the year can also be the most dangerous. While holiday festivities abound, impaired drivers flood the roadways, dramatically increasing the risk of ...

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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 ...

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  • North Carolina Traffic Offenses: FAQs Answered
    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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  • Your First Appearance in Court: What to Expect
    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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  • How to Get a Job after Multiple DWI Convictions
    How to Get a Job after Multiple DWI Convictions

    A conviction for driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina comes with many consequences. You probably already know that a DWI conviction can result in a loss of your driver’s license for a year ...

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  • Penalties for Multiple DWI Charges in North Carolina
    Penalties for Multiple DWI Charges in North Carolina

    If you’re facing more than one DWI charge, your defense will be much more complicated. North Carolina law provides little leeway for those with more than one DWI charge, so it is advisable to engage a ...

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