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Coronavirus Court Changes

UPDATES TO NC COURT DATES AND SCHEDULES UPDATED 7/16/20 Chief Justice Beasley Issues Order requiring face masks in court and further delaying some trials For additional information see:   UPDATED 4/3/20 Chief Justice Beasley Issues Order Postponing Court Proceedings Until June 1, 2020 https://www.nccourts.gov/news/tag/press-release/chief-justice-beasley-issues-order-postponing-court-proceedings-until-june-1-2020 UPDATED 3/13/20 Please see the following Order from our Resident Superior [..]

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Coronavirus

Coronavirus – Changes to consultations. With the recent developments around the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we will only be meeting clients by appointment only. Our availability will be more flexible for those willing to consult by phone instead of in person. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but believe it is in the best [..]

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Review us

Client satisfaction is our goal, please review us. Online reviews are very important to us and we appreciate the time you take to recommend our services. Please review us on any of the following sites.  It should only take a few minutes and would assist our clients in the future.  If you do not have [..]

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Reckless Driving G.S. 20-140(b)

What is Reckless Driving? Reckless driving is a serious NC traffic offense Most traffic and speeding offenses in North Carolina are infractions and not considered a crime. However, some offenses such as Reckless Driving may have serious consequences, that upon conviction includes permanently showing on your criminal record. There are different types of Reckless Driving One type is when [..]

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Improper Equipment in NC

Improper Equipment in NC 1. Improper Equipment in NC may be faulty equipment or mechanical issues First, Improper Equipment in NC may describe a vehicle having equipment or mechanical problems such as dangerous tires, improper muffler, or broken speedometer. 2. Improper Equipment in NC is now a lesser-included offense to a traffic ticket Improper Equipment is [..]

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Do I need an Attorney for Traffic Court?

The need to have an attorney for traffic court in North Carolina varies If the charged offense is a minor infraction then I often tell prospective clients that they do not need an attorney. These minor traffic offenses may include offenses such as expired tags or inspection violations, but in cases where you are likely to be facing [..]

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Inpatient Treatment Providers in NC for DWI Substance Abuse

The following are some of the inpatient treatment providers for driving while impaired or substance abuse disorders in North Carolina  Addiction Recovery Care Association, Winston Salem ARCA incorporates current best practice approaches with the well-established and widely respected 12 step models to meet its mission to serve individuals with Substance Use Disorders and their families, [..]

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Calculating Court Costs

Calculating court costs and fines commonly associated with traffic tickets Calculating court costs and fines can be a daunting task but hopefully this explanation will better explain why the court costs for your speeding ticket may be higher than what is indicated on your citation. Disregard the traffic ticket court costs on your citation The speeding [..]

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