Traffic Violations / 11.28.2017

Why Do I Need a Lawyer?

When you get involved in a comparatively minor legal matter, you might think that the services of …

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Traffic Violations / 10.24.2017

When Are You Most Likely to Get Pulled Over for a Traffic Violation?

Last year, the most expensive speeding ticket in North Carolina totaled approximately $1,000. No one wants to …

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Traffic Violations / 07.27.2017

What to Expect at a Driver Safety Administrative Hearing

The North Carolina DMV can suspend or revoke your license for common offenses such as speeding, reckless …

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Traffic Violations / 04.25.2017

Appealing for Limited Driving Privileges: What to Expect

If you’ve recently been charged with a DWI in North Carolina, most likely your license has automatically …

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Traffic Violations / 12.13.2016

What Shows Up on a Background Check?

Does this scenario sound familiar? Your resume is freshly updated, the application is completely filled out, all …

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Traffic Violations / 11.11.2016

DWI vs. DUI in NC: What’s the Difference?

In regard to driving a vehicle while under the influence, you have probably heard people use both …

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Courtroom Procedure / 01.15.2019

Making Up for Missed Court Dates

As much as it irks anyone to get a ticket or traffic citation, it’s even more frustrating …

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Advice / 12.18.2018

How to Keep Your Home Safe When You Travel for the Holidays

While some of the iconic Christmas carols still bring up the desire to be home for the …

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Traffic Violations / 11.13.2018

You Got a Speeding Ticket in North Carolina: Now What?

‘Tis the season – for holiday road trips, that is! This time of year, we all anticipate …

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