What To Do If You Get a Traffic Ticket in North Carolina

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Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, explains traffic ticket offense counsel for those who live out of state from North Carolina. You travel to North Carolina to see your niece graduate high school. You get pulled over for speeding and the officer hands you a ticket for $150. The problem is that you live in
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Hiring a Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney for a Traffic Ticket Offense in North Carolina

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Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, explains the advantage of hiring an attorney to defend against a traffic ticket offense in North Carolina. You’re normally a good driver. One day you’re driving to an appointment that you are late for and a cop pulls you over for going 10 miles over the speed limit. They hand
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Traffic Violations Lead Police to Dwi Arrest in Raleigh

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A 54-year-old man was charged with driving while intoxicated after he passed a stopped school bus and committed several other moving violations. He was traveling from his home in North Raleigh to his workplace when police arrested him. When he arrived to his place of work, the suspect had an open container of vodka by
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Revenue over Safety? Speed and Red Light Cameras Debate Continues

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Red light and speed cameras are back in the news. The cameras that snap pictures of cars sailing through red lights or speeding through intersections are either loved or loathed. Law enforcement agencies are in the former category, but critics are wondering if the enthusiasm is more for the revenue generated by the cameras than
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History is on Hold: Court Blocks Enforcement of Cellphone Ban

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A state court judge has blocked enforcement of a Chapel Hill municipal ordinance prohibiting all use of cell phones by motorists while driving. Under the ordinance, cellphone use would have officially become a traffic violation on June 1. The law would have encompassed the use of both hand-held and hands-free cellphones and would have applied
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