Transcription – Underage Alcohol Charges in North Carolina

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  Transcription Return back to Raleigh Underage Drinking Charge Attorney We do have a lot of young people, we have a lot of colleges, we have great areas Downtown that are open until wee hours of the morning. In college towns you are going to see people getting altercations, usually there is alcohol involved. We
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Consequences for Hit-and-Run Offenses in Raleigh, North Carolina

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Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, explains the various types of consequences for hit and run offenses in North Carolina. Under North Carolina law, a driver can be charged with a hit-and-run if they are involved in a motor vehicle accident along with any of the following criteria: Failing to stop at the scene of
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Have You Talked to Your Teenager About Underage Drinking and Dwi?

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Spring is an exciting time for high school students across North Carolina, particularly juniors and seniors. If they haven’t done so already, most schools will be hosting prom in the next week or so. And of course, graduation is just around the corner. If you have a teenager at home who will be participating in
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Changes for Dwi Laws Move Forward in General Assembly

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We want to take a quick break from our discussion of gambling laws and “Bones,” to talk about a couple of bills being considered by the North Carolina General Assembly. The General Assembly has a deadline of sorts today: “Crossover Day.” After April 30, many bills that have not been passed by the house of
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