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Charlotte Traffic Citations: Let's Make a Deal!

North Carolina and Charlotte DAs are making it super easy to pay traffic citations for speeding, running red lights, and other traffic charges. Most traffic tickets in Charlotte can be paid online with the click of a button and there are even special...

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Do I Need a Drug Charge Attorney in North Carolina?

It's no secret that if you get arrested for drug possession in North Carolina, you could still face stiff penalties if convicted. But if you are arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking in North Carolina, a conviction could be much worse than...

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Speeding in Charlotte May Be More Serious Than You Thought

The basic speeding laws in North Carolina are pretty straightforward. If you are driving within the city limits of an incorporated municipality, the speed limit is 35 miles per hour (MPH) unless otherwise posted. The speed limit on North Carolina...

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Clean Up Your Criminal History With a Record Expunction

Original Date of Publication: 04/02/2020 UPDATED: 10/24/2021 Approximately 1 in 4 North Carolinians has a criminal record that could result in collateral consequences that impact employment, housing, and other opportunities. Recent changes in...

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Don't Let Criminal Charges Ruin Your Life Without a Fight

North Carolina criminal statutes cover a wide range of conduct that is illegal, from theft to murder. These crimes are punishable by fines, imprisonment, and other consequences that can ruin your life. While the Tar Heel state's criminal laws...

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How Serious is an Assault on a Female Charge in North Carolina?

Assault on a Female is a Class A1 misdemeanor punishable by a maximum sentence of 150 days in jail. This is a common charge that involves domestic violence, when verbal arguments escalate into physical confrontations, for example. North Carolina...

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Marijuana Charges in North Carolina: Possession and Distribution

In North Carolina, the state takes a hard stance against drug possession, distribution, and other related activities. Even small amounts of marijuana can lead to serious consequences that may affect the rest of your life. Whether or not you agree with...

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Is a Marijuana Drug Charge a Big Deal in North Carolina?

    According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, marijuana is the most commonly used illegal drug in the United States. While some states have passed laws permitting or mostly decriminalizing possession of small amounts, like North...

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Why CDL Drivers Charged With DUI Need a DWI Attorney

In North Carolina, CDL (Commercial Driver's License) drivers have legal responsibilities that regular drivers don't. Drivers are responsible for determining whether cargo has been properly located, distributed, and secured. They must know...

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Busted for Possession? You Need a Drug Charge Lawyer

In North Carolina, possession of a controlled substance, often called simply drug possession, can have some serious consequences if you're convicted. The penalties for drug possession depend a lot on what type of drug is involved, how much you had...

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