Blog Posts


  • Reasons to Fight an Ignition Interlock in NC
  • What to Expect in a Wilmington DWI Trial
  • Doorbell Cameras in Wilmington: What the Police Can and Can’t See
  • Waiver of a Criminal Jury Trial Is Now Possible in North Carolina
  • Senate Bill Clarifies Credit for Time Served by Defendants
  • Don’t Lose Your Personal Injury Claim to a Computer
  • How the Statute of Limitations Can Kill Your Injury Case
  • Who Pays Your Medical Bills from Auto Accident?
  • 4 Steps For A Successful Accident Claims Case
  • Government’s Duty to Disclose Witness Statements
  • What is a CRIME in North Carolina?
  • Private Labs to Help in DWI & Other Cases
  • Protecting Funds for Officers Injured in the Line of Duty
  • New Firearms Laws in North Carolina
  • Inmates with Cell Phones Now Face Felony
  • My criminal defense practice would be CUT IN HALF starting TODAY, if …
  • DWI Cases CAN Be WON, But You Must FIGHT!
  • When can you be SEARCHED by a law enforcement officer?
  • What To Do If Your Loved One is in Jail
  • Some Circumstances that Can Lead to Suspended Drivers’ Licenses
  • How can you get a Limited Driving Privilege after only 10 days from the date of Revocation? Part II
  • Can I represent myself?
  • How is the ALCO-SENSOR device used in DWIs?
  • What is a “Slip and Fall?”
  • How is competency to stand trial determined?
  • What about license revocation following a DWI conviction?
  • Q&A: If I have health insurance to pay my medical bills, do I still have a case against the person at fault?
  • How can you get a Limited Driving Privilege after only 10 days from the date of Revocation?
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