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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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  • Claiming Self-Defense in Domestic Violence Cases
    Claiming Self-Defense in Domestic Violence Cases

    If you’ve been charged with a domestic violence crime, you face an uphill battle: Even an accusation of an act of domestic violence can be hard to overcome. However, a successful self-defense claim ...

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  • Juvenile Court in North Carolina
    Juvenile Court in North Carolina

    The Laws Affecting North Carolina “Juveniles” The term “juvenile” makes many people think of children and teenagers. In reality, North Carolina law defines a juvenile as anyone under the age of 18 who ...

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  • What Are the Consequences of Reckless Driving?
    What Are the Consequences of Reckless Driving?

    Reckless driving is classified as a Class 2 Misdemeanor, subjecting you to penalties including up to 60 days in jail and fines of up to $1,000. You may also gain four points on your driver’s license, ...

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  • The Pros and Cons of Paying Traffic Tickets Online
    The Pros and Cons of Paying Traffic Tickets Online

    If you’ve ever received a speeding ticket in North Carolina, you likely know that you now have the option to pay your ticket online . However, before you do so, it’s critical to speak with an attorney ...

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