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  • Free Report: Drunk Driving in North Carolina
    Free Report: Drunk Driving in North Carolina

    Not only is it dangerous to drive after consuming alcohol, but doing so exposes you to criminal prosecution. Being legally impaired is not the same as being drunk. Legal impairment is a technical term ...

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  • Welcome to Our Blog
    Welcome to Our Blog

    Today, Welch and Avery, LLP starts a new chapter in our firm as we introduce our new blog. Though there are a lot of legal blogs out there already, we believe it is important to keep our clients and ...

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  • Criminal Sentences in North Carolina – Part 3 – Punishment Ranges
    Criminal Sentences in North Carolina – Part 3 – Punishment Ranges

    In this third blog post about criminal sentences in North Carolina , we’re going to take a look at punishment ranges. Anyone convicted of a crime in North Carolina faces a wide range of potential ...

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  • DWI Questions in Jacksonville, North Carolina – Part 1 of 2
    DWI Questions in Jacksonville, North Carolina – Part 1 of 2

    What kind of penalties do I face if I'm convicted of a DWI? The exact penalties depend on the facts and circumstances of your case, but in general a conviction for Driving While Impaired will result ...

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  • How Does a Criminal Case in North Carolina End?
    How Does a Criminal Case in North Carolina End?

    When people come to consult with an attorney at Welch and Avery about a pending criminal charge, the thing they are often really concerned about is the ultimate outcome of the case. There is a range ...

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  • Free Report: Understanding Criminal Law in North Carolina
    Free Report: Understanding Criminal Law in North Carolina

    To help clarify the criminal law in North Carolina, we are going to look at the basic process so you can get a better grasp of how it works. In this first of a two-part discussion, we are going to ...

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