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The Harsh Reality of North Carolina DWI Convictions

If you face a conviction for DWI in North Carolina, you'll face some of the harshest penalties in the country. A first offense can result in losing your driver's license and a criminal record that will follow you for the rest of your life. That's why getting legal help is important if you face DWI charges. In this blog post, we'll look at some add...
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North Carolina DWI Laws: 17 Things You Didn’t Know

A DWI is a serious charge in NC, and it's essential to know what you're up against if arrested for Driving While Impaired. You probably know that a BAC of 0.08% or more can bring you charges. But did you know that an officer can pull you over and test for substances other than alcohol? Or that there is no specific limit for prescription medication...
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Minor in Possession of Alcohol: What You Need to Know About North Carolina Law

You could face severe penalties if you're a minor caught with alcohol in North Carolina. Depending on your age and what you were doing with the alcohol, you could be fined, required to attend classes, or even serve jail time. It's crucial to know your rights and what defenses are available to you if you face charges of “minor in possession of...
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The Ins and Outs of Drinking in Public in North Carolina

In North Carolina, drinking publicly is not technically illegal. However, laws and ordinances can make it difficult for you to drink in public without getting into trouble. For example, it's illegal to walk around with an open container of alcohol. It's also illegal to be disruptive or disorderly while drunk in public. And if you're caught drinkin...
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Considering a Plea Deal? Here’s What You Need to Know

If you're facing criminal charges, you may be considering a plea deal. A plea bargain is when you plead guilty to a reduced charge or fewer charges to avoid harsher penalties. While plea deals can be beneficial, they aren't always the best option. This blog post will look at plea deals for first-time offenders, when you should take one, and when y...
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