North Carolina House Bill Would Crack Down On… Mopeds? P2

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What is a moped? And why does the North Carolina General Assembly care? You have joined us for the second post about a bill in the state House of Representatives that would require moped operators to have insurance and license plates. If passed this year, it would go into effect July 1, 2015. As we
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Why Ingesting Any Amount of Alcohol May Result in a DWI Charge

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North Carolina drivers who are convicted of driving while intoxicated often face harsh penalties including fines, driver’s license revocation and even jail time. Because of the considerable financial and personal costs associated with a DWI, it’s critical that individuals facing a DWI charge secure legal representation. In North Carolina, if a police officer suspects a
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Real Life Drama: Actor Arrested for DWI in North Carolina

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Though he has appeared in a number of popular and critically acclaimed films, including “Thelma & Louise,” “Fatal Instinct,” “Grumpy Old Men” and “The Perfect Storm,” actor Christopher McDonald is perhaps best known for his role as Shooter McGavin in 1996’s “Happy Gilmore.” But a cloud is hanging over McDonald’s long and successful acting career
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General Assembly Considers Cell Phone Ban for Drivers

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Bills are making their way through the North Carolina General Assembly that could make it a crime to use a handheld mobile phone while driving. The bill specifically excludes hands-free phone use but does encompass texting and smart phone web access. Penalties include fines and misdemeanor charges. The law would replace the existing statute that
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