Stopped At A Sobriety Checkpoint? Know What To Expect, P. 2

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Every holiday the North Carolina State Highway Patrol, Wake County Sheriff’s office or the Raleigh Police Department — separately or in any combination — participates in an anti-drunk driving campaign. Those campaigns involve saturated street patrols and sobriety checkpoints. Of course, the police don’t need a special occasion to pull someone over for drunk driving;
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Moped Bill Hits The Skids As NC House And Senate Disagree

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The North Carolina House of Representatives rejected a version of the moped bill we discussed in June. The House had finally settled on a bill that would only require that mopeds be registered with the state’s Division of Motor Vehicles. The most recent House vote was on the Senate bill, passed a couple of weeks
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State Runs ‘Successful’ Booze It & Lose It Over Fourth Of July

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation and the Governor’s Highway Safety Program have tallied the number and type of stops during the Fourth of July Booze It & Lose It campaign. The campaign, run by both state and local law enforcement agencies, is about getting impaired drivers off the roads. This is accomplished through saturated
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North Carolina House Bill Would Crack Down On… Mopeds, P3

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We are still discussing a proposal in the General Assembly that would require North Carolina’s moped drivers to register their vehicles. When it was originally introduced, the bill included a provision requiring moped drivers to purchase insurance. Opponents apparently articulated their objections well, because the version that passed from the House to the Senate called
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