Oprah Winfrey recently launched a campaign to have celebrities pledge not to text while drive. Doctors now assert that driving…Continue Reading
An infraction is a non-criminal offense, always very minor in nature. If convicted of an infraction, you can’t be sentenced to jail – a fine of less than $100 (plus court costs) is the maximum punishment allowable for an infraction.
An infraction doesn’t count as a criminal record. Because an infraction is so minor, many people […]
The feared speed camera: it’s all-watching eye will catch you day or night speeding down the highway. In Chevy Chase,…Continue Reading
Wake County’s Disposition Court in room 1A of the Wake County Courthouse (316 S. Fayetteville St., Raleigh, NC) is a…Continue Reading
Until fairly recently, North Carolina did not have a specific law that made “texting-while-driving” a crime. But it arrived: Gov.…Continue Reading
In North Carolina, driving privileges can be suspended upon conviction of three DUIs within 10 years. If a driver is…Continue Reading