Each year by tradition the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States – the highest judicial official in the federal system – gives a year-end report in which he describes the work of the judicial branch to Congress. This year Chief Justice John Roberts wrote a report that indicates that the federal […]Read More
If your license was revoked at the time of a DWI arrest, you can request limited driving privileges from the court. This article explains how to get limited driving privileges at the Wake County Courthouse, which is where you’d need to go if you were arrested in Apex, Cary, or Raleigh or other area of […]Read More
If you’ve been involved in incident involving domestic violence in Cary, NC, Raleigh, NC or Apex NC, you will want to consult with a Raleigh, Apex, or Cary criminal lawyer who can help you navigate the criminal system and also any other ramifications the criminal problem may cause in your personal life. A lawyer should […]Read More
I’ve recently updated my Google Local listing for my criminal law practice in Raleigh. My office hours are generally from 8 am until 8 pm, but I often work later than that, and am available to travel to clients’ homes, especially if they have had their licenses revoked after a DWI arrest.
My location has ample […]
DWI (Driving While Impaired) cases follow a pretty standard formula. Police make thousands of car stops a year in Wake County, and each stop resulting in an arrest for DWI or drunk driving in Raleigh, Cary or Apex, NC generally follows the same pattern. Your DWI lawyer will probably follow this general approach in defending […]Read More
Booze It and Loose It checkpoints are already netting DWI arrestees. This out of Guilford County where 18 were arrested earlier this month on charges of driving while impaired.
Police can establish checkpoints. The Supreme Court has okay-ed the practice. But police must abide by the constitution, which means that the checkpoint must be consistent with […]
For decades local police departments in North Carolina, as is true of nearly all states, conduct randomized checkpoints to be on the look out for those who are driving drunk. Over the next two weeks, expect check points in to check for DWI or drunk drivers in Cary, Apex, Raleigh and the rest of Wake […]Read More
Julian Sanchez, a writer for The Cato Institute, has an interesting article on the rise of cell phone cameras in leveling the playing field between police and citizens. While judges will always tell juries not to give police testimony special weight, and instruct jurors to evaluate a police officer’s truthfulness as they would any other […]Read More
Wake County Superior Court Judge Ripley Rand ruled earlier this week that Faye Brown and Alford Jones. Both were convicted under North Carolina’s old sentencing system to “life” in prison which was defined as 80 years. By earning degrees, abiding by prison regulations, and displaying good behavior, both Jones and Brown, had worked down their […]Read More
Many lawyers take the next few weeks off because court is closed a number of days and to celebrate the holidays. I will be working throughout the holiday period, so if you are stopped for DWI, or face criminal charges and need to talk to a Raleigh criminal lawyer or Raleigh DWI lawyer, feel free […]Read More