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NC Supreme Court Clarifies Expert Opinion Testimony Standards NC has changed the way it admits expert testimony in court. Expert opinions are now to be admitted only by a witnesses qualified as an expert. It is our hope that this will cut down on the junk science currently admitted in our courts.
How Child Support is Determined in NC The amount of child support that a noncustodial parent must pay each month to the custodial parent is a matter to be decided by the court. An experienced family law attorney is indispensable when it comes to determining the proper amount.
Rape Shield Laws prevented jurors from hearing evidence about the victim’s past State laws give out tough punishments to the offenders while offering protection to victims, yet at times the technicalities of these laws often translate to seemingly unjust punishments to those who have committed a crime. Last June, a jury convicted Demetrius Richardson, a 26-year-old man from Elyria, Ohio of rape for having sex with a 12-year-old girl.
Divorce can be Hard Even for Celebrities, Explains a Family Attorney Everyone hears of Hollywood power couples filing for divorce all the time, often to the disappointment of their fans. What most people don’t consider, however, is that celebrities are not spared from the difficulties of dealing with a divorce case. As any family attorney will tell you, high-profile divorce cases have to go through the same arduous process that can be taxing for both parties.
NC State Highway Patrol arrests nearly 600 drivers for drunk driving during the July 4th Weekend Law enforcement officers were able to arrest 600 drivers during the 4th of July weekend. These numbers make it all the more important to seek help from a Raleigh DWI lawyer.
Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor addresses erosion of 4th Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure in recent dissents Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s strong dissent on the Utah v. Strieff case makes it all the more important for a criminal lawyer to defend your constitutional rights.
Think Before you Post: Potential Child Custody Consequences of Social Media Raleigh child custody lawyer discusses the danger of social media posts on sites like Facebook when it comes to litigating child custody in court.
Supreme Court Erodes Protections Against Bad Police Stops Raleigh criminal lawyer explores the Supreme Court's new perspective on the exclusionary rule.
Criminal Defense Attorney says Feds Finally Consider Rescheduling Marijuana Numerous drugs, particularly Schedule I drugs like heroin and LSD, may increase the likelihood that a person will perform dangerous acts, or perhaps even commit a crime. Marijuana is also classified as a Controlled Substance under Schedule I, in the same category as dangerous drugs like heroin and LSD.
Raleigh DWI Lawyer says Research Shows that Cannabis Consumption Not Enough to Prove Impairment With many states becoming more lenient and legalizing medical use and even recreational use of cannabis, state lawmakers have been proposing changes to decriminalize its use. One major concern that both proponents and opponents share is the effect of cannabis on driver performance and traffic safety.