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January 2018 Archives

What's a 'per se' drunk driving law?

When a defendant is facing drunk driving charges, he or she will be bombarded with new vocabulary and unfamiliar legal terms along every stage of the process. One of these pieces of "legal jargon" is a way to refer to certain types of laws with the descriptor "per se." So, what is a "per se" DWI law, and what does it mean?

2 examples of common drug crimes

Imagine you're riding in the car with your friend, and unbeknownst to you, your friend has the vehicle loaded up with drugs, drug paraphernalia and other illegal contraband. The police stop your friend in a routine traffic stop. The next thing you know, they're searching the vehicle, discover the drugs, and now -- virtually guilty by association -- you are facing all of the same drug charges as your friend.

North Carolina continues its 'harm reduction' push for people dealing with drug addiction

"It's hard at first getting people to trust me and to believe that the exchange is legal and we are not working for the cops."

- Jessie Garner of the Fayetteville syringe exchange

What are the most common drug crimes?

Countless North Carolina residents get accused of drug crimes every week throughout the state. If you've been accused of a drug-related violation, you are certainly not alone. That said, there are a lot of different types of drug crimes you could face, and each of them could come with different penalties if a conviction occurs and depending on the type and quantity of the drugs involved.

Drivers using social media to avoid drunk driving checkpoints

Social media is a powerful tool to connect people and help them stay in touch. These days, drivers in North Carolina are finding a new way to use social media to warn each other of DWI checkpoints throughout the city -- giving drivers the opportunity to avoid these checkpoints and possibly preventing their arrest.

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