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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 Can I Get My Drivers’ License Back Once It’s Been Suspended?
    How Can I Get My Drivers’ License Back Once It’s Been Suspended?

    The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles, or DMV, can suspend your drivers’ license for a number of reasons, including the following: Speeding Reckless driving DWI Refusing to submit to a blood ...

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  • How to Find the Right Criminal Defense and Traffic Attorney
    How to Find the Right Criminal Defense and Traffic Attorney

    Have you been accused of committing a crime in North Carolina? If so, an experienced North Carolina criminal defense attorney can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. Whether you’ve ...

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  • Speeding Tickets and License Revocations and Suspensions
    Speeding Tickets and License Revocations and Suspensions

    It is very easy to lose your license in North Carolina from a simple speeding ticket. If you have been charged with a misdemeanor speeding offense in North Carolina, you may be in for a nasty surprise ...

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  • Understanding Court Costs and Attorney's Fees on Traffic Tickets
    Understanding Court Costs and Attorney's Fees on Traffic Tickets

    Generally, most traffic ticket lawyers will charge either a flat attorney’s fee only or an all-inclusive fee on a speeding or traffic ticket. The attorney’s fee option is simply what you are paying ...

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  • Understanding Failures to Appear - FTA in North Carolina
    Understanding Failures to Appear - FTA in North Carolina

    If you’re stopped by an officer in North Carolina for a traffic offense, you’ll be issued a traffic ticket which includes a court date. In some cases, if the offense is minor (such as a minor speeding ...

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