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DWI or DUI? Know Your Rights and Where to Find a Good DWI Attorney

DWI/DUI charges can be costly both financially and personally. If you live in Charlotte, North Carolina and you have a few beers at the NCAA tournament or the 22nd annual St. Patrick’s Day festival, you shouldn’t drive. If you do drink and drive, you could be pulled over and risk traffic charges that could affect

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DWI Countdown: 30 Minutes Can Mean the Difference Between a DWI Conviction or a Dismissal

There are some great events slated for February 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina for just about every taste. Whether it’s checking out the Hornets at an NBA game or heading to a concert to see George Clinton or Kid Rock, most of us are going to have a drink (or two). While we all know

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DWI in North Carolina: Top 5 Reasons Not to Drink and Drive in Charlotte

The most important reason for not drinking and driving is that it could injure or kill you and/or other drivers. In a perfect world, that reason alone would encourage most motorists to not get behind the wheel after drinking alcohol. But, of course, it’s not a perfect world and drivers will continue to get speeding

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Charged With Underage Drinking in North Carolina? You Need an Experienced Traffic Attorney

It’s a part of growing up. Teenage drinking can be a normal part of testing the boundaries or just curiosity, but in North Carolina, the stakes can be higher than you may think. Especially in metro areas like Charlotte, teen drinking is all too prevalent, and the penalties are harsh.   With the “zero tolerance”

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Drunk Driving Charges: Can You Afford a DWI in North Carolina?

So it’s Saturday night and you’ve had a little too much to drink, but it’s time to go home. Are you going to risk paying thousands of dollars and losing your license by getting behind the wheel and getting DUI charges? Or are you going to call an Uber or Lyft and pay about $35?

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What You Need to Know If You Get a DWI in Charlotte, NC

Getting a DWI, or DUI as it’s sometimes called, in North Carolina is a pretty serious deal. You could very well lose your license, and the fines and fees can be pretty high. Add on the increased insurance premiums and the costs of a DWI class, and you could be looking at thousands of dollars

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