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A Raleigh Criminal Lawyer Speaks Out Again on the Case of Darryl Howard
A Raleigh Criminal Lawyer Speaks Out Again on the Case of Darryl Howard Howard Kurtz - 5/12/2015 A respectable Raleigh criminal lawyer helps navigate the laws and proceedings of post-conviction relief to seek the best outcomes for wrongfully convicted individuals.
The Role of a Raleigh Personal Injury Lawyer in Workplace Injury Cases
The Role of a Raleigh Personal Injury Lawyer in Workplace Injury Cases Lynn Prather - 5/11/2015 A skilled Raleigh personal injury lawyer protects a worker’s rights when they suffer injuries in the workplace due to the negligence of their employer.
So When Does DWI = Murder? Raleigh DWI Lawyer Sheds Light on the Matter
So When Does DWI = Murder? Raleigh DWI Lawyer Sheds Light on the Matter Howard Kurtz - 5/8/2015 Drivers charged with DWI have a duty of care to the public, but can they also be charged with murder as a result of a breach of that duty? A Raleigh DWI lawyer explains.
Raleigh Law Firms Welcome Proposal to Require Body Cams for Officers
Raleigh Law Firms Welcome Proposal to Require Body Cams for Officers Howard Kurtz - 5/4/2015 Raleigh law firms applaud the state government’s efforts to mandate body cams for law enforcement agents. These should help provide access to police encounters up close.
Rejuvenating Juvenile Justice in North Carolina
Rejuvenating Juvenile Justice in North Carolina Howard Kurtz - 5/1/2015 "Juvenile" justice in North Carolina may not mean what you think it means. For most people, a juvenile is someone under the age of eighteen, but in N.C., minors aged sixteen and seventeen who are charged with a crime have their cases handled in adult criminal court. But this may be changing, if some members of the General Assembly have their way.
Thinning the Blood
Thinning the Blood Howard Kurtz - 4/10/2015 It's no secret that if someone is arrested for a DWI will generally be asked to submit to chemical testing of their breath. Folks may also be aware that under certain circumstances, police are able to draw blood from suspects in order to prove DWI. This is an overview of chemical analysis via blood testing in DWIs.
Raleigh Personal Injury Lawyer Enlightens Victims on Car Accident Laws
Raleigh Personal Injury Lawyer Enlightens Victims on Car Accident Laws Howard Kurtz - 4/6/2015 When you’re harmed in a car accident, you might be so shaken up that you’re unsure of what to do. One thing that might not cross your mind, particularly if you’re concerned about your health or that of your passengers, are the laws apply to a car accident. These laws can be crucial to what steps to take after your accident and what options you have.
Criminal Lawyer in Raleigh Mounts Aggressive Defense in Larceny Cases
Criminal Lawyer in Raleigh Mounts Aggressive Defense in Larceny Cases Howard Kurtz - 4/3/2015 Heist movies like The Italian Job, Three Kings or Oceans Eleven (and Twelve through Thirty) seem to portray thieves in a most romantic light.
Raleigh DWI Lawyer: North Carolina DWI Laws Are About to Get Tougher
Raleigh DWI Lawyer: North Carolina DWI Laws Are About to Get Tougher Howard Kurtz - 3/30/2015 North Carolina’s DWI laws are notably among the toughest in the nation. The Tar Heel State may be a tobacco-friendly state, but when it comes to drinking and driving, your actions may land you in a whole lot of legal trouble and in need of the services of a smart Raleigh DWI attorney.
Another Level of Aggravation: What You Should Know About the Most Serious DWI Sentence in North Carolina
Another Level of Aggravation: What You Should Know About the Most Serious DWI Sentence in North Carolina Howard Kurtz - 3/27/2015 On December 1, 2011, DWI sentencing in North Carolina changed. That is the day "Laura's Law" took effect. Intending to punish repeat offenders more harshly, the law created a new sentencing level and a new layer of complication to DWI litigation. The law has been around for over 3 years, but many drivers still aren't fully aware of its existence, or about what impact it could have on their DWI sentence.