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  • How Does a Criminal Case in North Carolina End? Part 2
    How Does a Criminal Case in North Carolina End? Part 2

    A couple of weeks ago we took a look at criminal cases in North Carolina to try to get a better understanding of how the average case comes to a conclusion . We listed several possible outcomes, but ...

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  • North Carolina Expungement: Can I Get My Criminal Case Expunged?
    North Carolina Expungement: Can I Get My Criminal Case Expunged?

    Our attorneys answer this question for clients who have been arrested and/or convicted of a felony or misdemeanor in North Carolina. Having an arrest or conviction on your record can make it difficult ...

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  • Do I Have A Right To An Attorney While Taking Field Sobriety Tests?
    Do I Have A Right To An Attorney While Taking Field Sobriety Tests?

    In order for a police officer in North Carolina to make a DWI stop, he must have reasonable suspicion that the driver is impaired by alcohol or drugs. Police officers use a variety of factors to ...

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  • What Is A “Prayer for Judgment Continued” And Can I Use One for A DWI Case?
    What Is A “Prayer for Judgment Continued” And Can I Use One for A DWI Case?

    Have you been arrested for DWI in North Carolina? Are you wondering what type of DWI defenses you can use to lessen the penalty you receive if you are found guilty of DWI? If so, we can help you. Our ...

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  • How Long Will It Take For My Criminal Case To Be Completed?
    How Long Will It Take For My Criminal Case To Be Completed?

    Being charged with a crime can be a confusing, frustrating and frightening experience. When you do not understand the criminal process in North Carolina, it can add to the apprehension and frustration ...

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  • How are DWIs Punished in North Carolina: Litigating Factors vs. Aggravating Factors
    How are DWIs Punished in North Carolina: Litigating Factors vs. Aggravating Factors

    How Are DWIs Punished in North Carolina: Litigating Factors vs. Aggravating Factors from Christopher J. Welch To decrease the number of DWI violations within the state, North Carolina has severe ...

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