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Raleigh Family Lawyer Discusses an Affidavit of Parentage As a well-known Raleigh family attorney in North Carolina, I am often asked when a baby is born outside of a marriage, if the child is presumed not to have a legal father. Obviously every child conceived has a father somewhere, however I am speaking from the prospective of having a legal obligation.
Raleigh Criminal Defense Lawyer Reflects on Corruption and Violence By NC Corrections Officers When I hear about sex, drugs, and violence in prisons, I usually think of shows like HBO’s Oz or Netflix’s Orange is the New Black. While I heard real-life stories of violence in prisons it did not seem rampant, but now we see that some of those stories are true.
Raleigh Criminal Attorneys Share Insights into Children Accused of Sex Crimes When she was 10 years old, Charla Roberts pulled down the pants of an elementary school classmate. It was a childish prank – but it landed her on the state’s sex offender registry after being prosecuted for “indecency with a child."
Will North Carolina Legalize Medical Marijuana? Raleigh Drug Lawyers Discuss the Issue According to poll results released in May 2017, 80% of North Carolinians want medical marijuana legalized. Support was strong from both sides of the political fence, with 83% of Democrats and 73% of Republicans approving of the idea.
Raleigh Adoption Attorney Explains Pre-placement Assessments (or Home Studies) for Adoptions in North Carolina  Adoption a way to grow your family, and provide a stable, loving home to a child in need. Many people across the state want to offer their love and home to a child, and to care for them as their own. As a family law attorney, I frequently get questions about the process for adoptions in North Carolina.
Raleigh DWI Lawyer Reacts to Firing of County Employee Found Guilty of DWI A New Hanover county employee made the news in recent weeks after being charged with driving while impaired (DWI). In this case, it was not his DWI charge that was newsworthy, but other incidents following his arrest.
Raleigh Family Lawyer Shares 7 Things You Should Never Do If You're Getting Divorced It's simple, divorce usually results in all sorts of complications – whether its emotions, legalities, finances, and/or relations within a separating couple’s circle. Understandably, these complexities can affect any person’s decision-making, leading to unfavorable actions during divorce proceedings.
Raleigh DWI attorney comments on power outage to hundreds of fellow citizens. A breathalyzer is often used by police officers to confirm if an individual is driving while intoxicated (DWI). The results almost always used as evidence at a DWI trial. However, many DWI attorneys question the reliability of such tests.
Raleigh Family Attorney notes that Divorce or Separation Doesn't Have to be Uncivil If you’re planning to get divorced, you’re probably worried about how your decision will affect your children. Though you may not love your spouse anymore, you probably do not want your kids to think bad of them. Still, organizing schedules, dividing up holidays and shuffling kids between alternating parental visits isn’t going to be easy.
Raleigh Defense Attorney Questions the Use of Deadly Force by Police Jordan Edwards, 15 years old, was killed by a police officer on Saturday, April 29 in Balch Springs, Texas. Police departments have policies in place that regulate and restrict when a police officer can use deadly force.