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Oct 13

Wake County Deferral Programs

North Carolina has a number of deferral programs that can really save a defendant from a conviction that could ruin their record or chances for employment. These deferral programs may be limited to first-time or low-level offenses, but are worth exploring with your attorney if you are charged with a misdemeanor or low-level felony and...

Oct 13

Texting While Driving in North Carolina

Until fairly recently, North Carolina did not have a specific law that made "texting-while-driving" a crime.  But it arrived: Gov. Bev Perdue signed a law in June that will make texting while driving illegal as of December 1, 2009. The law will be a new charge for drivers to deal with and a new charge...

Oct 06

More on Driving License Restoration in North Carolina

Yesterday I wrote about restoring your driver's license in North Carolina. Restoring a license that was suspended by the DMV following several driving convictions (usually DUI convictions) is usually required in order to get a license in another state. Even if you never intend to return to North Carolina, you will probably need to have...

Oct 05

Restoring North Carolina Driving Privileges following a DWI Conviction

In North Carolina, driving privileges can be suspended upon conviction of three DUIs within 10 years. If a driver is convicted of a habitual DUI, his license is suspended permanently and he can never drive again on North Carolina's roads. I've received some inquiries from individuals who have had their licenses suspended in North Carolina,...

Sep 29

Asking for recommended criminal lawyers, Raleigh, Apex, and Cary

As I've written elsewhere, finding an attorney can take some time and effort. It's important to take that time and invest that effort in order to find the right lawyer to handle a case. In addition to asking friends and family for recommendations, here's a tip. Ask attorneys. If you sit down for an initial consultation...

Sep 28

Can prosecutors be sued?

In November the United States Supreme Court will hear Pottawattamie County et al. v. McGhee et al., a case dating back to 1978 that involves prosecutorial misconduct of the worst kind. The question for the Supreme Court is whether an innocent person wrongly convicted because of gross prosecutorial misconduct, including the withholding of evidence from...

Sep 27

Roman Polanski Arrested, Facing Extradition

Director Roman Polanski was arrested this weekend by Swiss officials as he flew into Zurich to accept an award honoring his career. Among many other notable films, he directed (and won an Oscar for) "The Pianist," "Rosemary's Baby," and "Chinatown." In 1977, Polanski was accused of raping a 13-year old girl who he had allegedly...

Sep 26

Father arrested for DWI after bailing out son

It's no fun to spend a night in jail, so when Trevor Brown of Gothenburg, Nebraska called his father after being picked up for drunk driving, he was probably relieved when his dad agreed to come down to the jail to bail him out. Problem was, dad was also drunk, and when he arrived at the...

Sep 26

Finding a defense lawyer in Raleigh, North Carolina

Raleigh has no shortage of top notch criminal attorneys, lawyers who can defend individuals accused of felonies, misdemeanors, and driving or DUI and drunk driving offenses. But finding the right attorney can be a challenge. The fact of the matter is that many people who face criminal, traffic, or drunk driving offenses have never been...

Sep 25

Drunk driving! Is a golf cart considered a vehicle?

Out of Nebraska comes tragic news of Kim McIllece, a woman who is accused of driving a golf cart while drunk. When McIllece couldn't avoid a culvert, the cart flipped over and killed a passenger, her friend Debi Deines. Her lawyer argues that Nebraska DUI and drunk driving laws shouldn't apply to McIllece because a golf...



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