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New Expungement Law – Are you Eligible?

In August 2017, the North Carolina General Legislature made sweeping changes to the existing expungement laws in North Carolina, which will benefit a substantial number of people who were previously denied the ability to file in the past. The changes made by the legislature become…

Winter Driving Safety Tips

While Charlotte stays somewhat warm throughout the year, this area of North Carolina is no stranger to cold temperatures, snow, and ice during the winter. Such weather scenarios make driving during the winter months dangerous. Fortunately, there are a number of winter driving safety tips…

Who You Should Call After an Uber Accident

Since its debut in 2009, Uber and Lyft have helped countless individuals get around. Ride sharing services are ideal if you need a ride to the airport, are searching for a way to get home after a night out, or are waiting for your car…

Sentencing Options in a DWI Case

The sentencing procedures for driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina are different than the structured sentencing protocols for other criminal offenses. Instead, a judge must refer to the distinct guidelines laid out in North Carolina General Statute § 20-179. These sentencing guidelines give judges…

Most Common Drug Charges in Charlotte

We have been losing the war on drugs from the day since it was declared by President Nixon in 1971 and illicit drug use continues to be on the rise across the country. The North Carolina Medical Journal reported in 2009 that more than 8.5…

Keeping Juvenile Cases in the Juvenile Court System

In North Carolina, any adolescent who is 15 years or younger and is accused of committing a crime will go through the juvenile justice system. Juveniles can face accusations of committing crimes that would be offenses for adults. For example, theft offenses, assault and battery,…