DWI/DUI Defense

While many people think that police officers seldom run afoul of the law, the reality is that they are simply regular folks just like you and I. But, one advantage they have is their intimate knowledge of the laws in North Carolina. Recently, a Randolph County sheriff’s deputy was arrested…

Breaking News! DMV to start charging you for hearings to get license back The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles released its proposed rules on September 1, 2017. These rules cover hearing fees. Click Here to download and view all the rules. The DMV hearing fees range from $40 to…

It seems that the use of your cell phone while driving may become the next big thing that you’ll need a DWI attorney to defend you in court. That, at least, is the scenario you would face in Washington state, where a new “E-DUI” law was recently passed. It prohibits the use of any…

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. According to WECT 6, the county employee “misrepresented facts” about his arrest to…

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. Last April, the Raleigh Police Department arrested a man for crashing…

Two of the NC triangle counties may have had too much fun over the holidays, according to recent data. New North Carolina Department of Transportation data shows it to be among the top five counties with the most DWI arrests during the yuletide season. Over the holidays, the Governor’s Highway…

As a divorce attorney in Raleigh, NC, I often get questions regarding remarriage or cohabitation and the effect it has on the obligation to pay alimony. While you may think the effect is the same for both, it depends on whether you have court-ordered alimony payments (and the date of the order)…