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What Happens If You Get a DUI With a Child in Your Vehicle?

Every state enforces safe-driving laws that intend to protect both the driver and the public from reckless accidents. One of the illegal activities that puts drivers and pedestrians at risk is driving under the influence (DUI). Driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs comes with hefty penalties, because of how severe the injur...
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How Long Does a DUI Stay on Your Driving Record?

No one wants one mistake to impact the rest of their life. However, drivers should know that, typically, a DUI charge remains on your record with some permanency, and carries long lasting effects to your future. Consequences of a DUI Charge Aside from the obvious fine, driving under the influence comes with several other consequences. A DUI ...
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Is it illegal to spank your child in NC?

North Carolina is a state that allows physical punishment to discipline children. In the recent past, the question of when punishment becomes child abuse has surfaced in the state. Though different members of the public give different answers based on their own upbringing and values, what does North Carolina law say? If you or a loved one has e...
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Do Expunged Records Show up on Background Checks?

The record expungement process exists to help individuals overcome their past mistakes. A criminal record can interfere with employment opportunities, present a roadblock when an individual needs financial aid or financing, and even limit housing options. Employers typically perform background checks on all employment applicants, and it is vital f...
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How Many Expungements Can You Get in NC?

Expungement is the process of removing a criminal charge from an individual’s record and sealing or destroying the public record of the arrest, charge, and/or conviction. A criminal record can present a major roadblock to a person trying to find financial aid, employment, or enlist in military service. Expungement can essentially remove this...
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