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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North Carolina House Bill Would Crack Down on… Mopeds?

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The North Carolina House of Representatives is working on a bill that could affect more people than lawmakers have figured. The bill would require moped operators to have license plates and to carry insurance. The measure stops short of also requiring that moped operators have a driver’s license. Opponents say that, with or without the
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St. Patrick’s Day ‘Booze It & Lose It’ DWIs Up from 2013 – Maybe

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North Carolina’s “Booze It & Lose It” campaign over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend landed law enforcement in clover this year. The campaign includes saturated patrols and sobriety checkpoints and involves state and local law enforcement agencies. This year’s St. Pat’s program ran from Friday, March 14 through Sunday, March 17. According to the Governor’s
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North Carolina Court Allows Rental Cop Involvement in Dwi

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North Carolina allows security guards to wear official-looking uniforms and badges, carry firearms and patrol in cars equipped with flashing red and white lights. It’s not surprising that these so-called rental cops are often mistaken for Raleigh police officers or law enforcement officials in other jurisdictions. Security guards aren’t hired by the state or city
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Stronger Drinks May Leave Bar Patrons Vulnerable to DWI Charges

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Many people use alcohol on a regular basis and do so responsibly. However, when celebrating, gathering or drinking with friends, it can be all too easy to drink too much and end up with a blood-alcohol level above the legal limit on an Intoxilyzer test. It’s common for people to know their limits and quantify those
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