As a criminal defense attorney I often get asked similar criminal and traffic related questions. The following is a work in progress and hopefully it will answer many of your frequently asked questions in court. When is my next court date likely to be if my case is continued? As a general rule your court date [..]
What is an Ignition Interlock device? An ignition interlock or a breath alcohol ignition interlock device is a breathalyzer for an individual’s vehicle. You may have also heard this device referred to as a “blow and go device”. This is an instrument that requires the driver to blow into a mouthpiece of a device prior to [..]
When do I need an attorney? Most would assume that if you ask a lawyer, whether or not you need an attorney the answer would always be “Yes, you need an attorney to represent your legal interests.” However, this may not always be case. A lawyer can be helpful in every legal situation but there [..]
Lawyer Jon Welborn | Featured Attorney Criminal Defense Lawyer Jon Welborn | Lawyer Criminal Defense We hope that you have found this post relating to Avvo Legal Questions by Defense Lawyer Jon Welborn to be helpful and informative. No brief summary such as the one above should ever replace the advice of sound, experienced legal [..]
The question of how to find the best attorney in your area is not answered the same way for everyone Should you compare lawyers and review articles about attorneys online to find the lawyer that is best for you? Should you talk to friends and family to see what attorneys they have personally used before? Who can you talk [..]
Criminal Law Drug Charges – What Constitutes Possession of Controlled Substances? What is Possession of Controlled Substances? North Carolina General Statutes § 90 – 95 (a)(3) Elements of Possession of Controlled Substances: A person guilty of possession of controlled substances if they knowingly possess a controlled substance. Possession of Controlled Substances may be either actual or constructive. State [..]
Challenging DWI Detection and Field Sobriety Testing on Impaired Driving Charges The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) definition of DWI Detection: The process of identifying and gathering evidence to determine whether or not a suspect should be arrested for a DWI violation. Driving and the field sobriety tests are both divided attention tasks. [..]
The HGN is allegedly the most scientific reliable standardized field sobriety test that law enforcement officers utilize to assist in the detection and investigation of DWI / DUI investigations. Click here to read more about the field sobriety test known as HGN.
You want to hire Welborn Law Firm, what do you do next? 1) Once your fee has been quoted, then you decide how you wish to pay: a) If by Credit/Debit Card then you may i) Complete and return the enclosed credit authorization form by mail or email, or ii) Call or come by my [..]
DWI Driving While Impaired Punishment can range from the simple of sentencing to that of mandatory active incarceration. Call me directly at 336 751 0209 to discuss your DWI / DUI case today. To have the Welborn Blog e-mailed to you then click here.