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A New Bill in North Carolina Could Take the “Hit” Out of “Hit and Run”

UPDATED: November 2, 2021 As of 2021, the bill discussed below has not become a traffic law in North Carolina. ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: November 1, 2017 A new controversial bill protecting drivers, HB 330, has passed the NC House. The new law would...

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Charged With Hit and Run? Here's What You Need to Know

A hit and run, also known as leaving the scene of an accident, is when a driver is involved in an accident with a pedestrian, another car, or a fixed object, and leaves the scene without identifying himself or rendering aid to anyone who is hurt. A...

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Traffic Tickets In North Carolina: Points, Penalties and a Prayer!

Most of us speed sometimes or "roll" through a stop sign. We text when we should be looking at the road, we forget to use our turn signal, or we just lose focus and drift into another lane. We all take liberties out on the road, and...

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5 Times You Simply Must Have a Criminal Defense Attorney

When you get in serious legal trouble, whether it's the first time or the third (especially if it's the third!), you should always have a criminal lawyer handle your case. But there are some situations where you must have a criminal defense...

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