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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Booze It & Lose It in Effect over Holidays

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A “Booze It & Lose It” enforcement effort over the holidays could put some motorists’ licenses at risk. North Carolina’s Department of Transportation says its intention in launching the campaign is to reduce the number of driving while intoxicated incidents and take intoxicated motorists off the road. The effort will mean many more state and
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Why Sobriety Checkpoints Aren’t Illegal Searches or Seizures

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Both the U.S. and the North Carolina constitutions prohibit unreasonable searches or seizures, right? And we know that police in Raleigh and everywhere else have to suspect that a driver is intoxicated before going ahead with field sobriety tests, especially Breathalyzer tests, no? That is why so many police reports include a line about the
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Other Countries Attack Breathalyzer Results – Will Us Queue Up, Too?

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Drivers accused of DWI are often prosecuted on the basis of breathalyzer test results that purport to measure their level of alcohol consumption. Yet these machines can be inaccurate and produce false readings for a variety of reasons — something far too many drivers in North Carolina are familiar with. The Supreme Court of Canada,
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