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Articles Posted in Criminal Charges


Commercial Drivers License and Impaired Driving Laws.  Are They Different?  What are the Consequences?  What Happens to my CDL with a DWI?

  • What Causes the Suspension?
  • Does the Breath or Blood Test Matter?

What is a Limited Driving Privilege? What Could Prevent Me From Receiving a Limited Driving Privilege? What is an Ignition Interlock Device?

Applying for a Limited driving privilege can be a complicated, time consuming process – Danny Glover

What is a Limited Driving Privilege?

DWI Sentencing in North Carolina. Grossly Aggravating Factors and Impaired Driving.  Is there a way to Avoid Mandatory Jail Time?

Careful consideration is given by the Court to Aggravating, Grossly Aggravating, and Mitigating Factors in DWI cases – Danny Glover

What are Some Things That Can Affect DWI Sentencing by the Court ?

How Do I Prove I Quit Drinking?  What is Continuous Alcohol Monitoring? What is a SCRAM Device and What Does it Do?

Continuous Alcohol Monitoring can be very helpful in court, especially in circumstances with Grossly Aggravating Factors – Danny Glover 

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How Could a SCRAM device help my case?


Court Revocation vs Suspension by North Carolina DMV – What Are the Different Types of License Suspensions

Drivers License issues, especially those involving DWI Impaired Driving, can be quite complicated – Danny Glover

What are some common reasons for a driver’s license revocation by DMV?


What are my options? Can a lawyer help? What happens if I was Over the Legal Limit?

One common misunderstanding with DWI’s is that there are no options if charged – Danny Glover 

  • The State must be able to identify you as the driver beyond a reasonable doubt

Can The Police Search My Car?

What is Consent?  Can The Police Search My Car?

One of the most common scenarios that our clients face is getting into trouble for things found in their car or truck as a result of a traffic stop. 

Typically, people get pulled over for non-criminal things like:

Tens of thousands of students enroll every year in colleges and universities throughout North Carolina, with the goal of earning a college degree and working towards a fulfilling career. Anyone who is familiar with the college campus scene, however, is aware that it can be full of never-before seen temptations, and one bad decision or mistake can derail all your hopes and dreams.

student-drug-charges-icon-e1451994613707If you are a North Carolina high school student or college student facing drug charges, the outcome of any criminal charges brought against you will have a major impact on your future. It is important to have a lawyer experienced at handling drug charges to stand up for you.

College students charged with drug crimes face very serious consequences. A conviction can easily spell the loss of eligibility for financial aid, the loss of job opportunities, and more. Don’t let being arrested end your dreams of attending and graduating from college. We aggressively represent students who are facing drug charges throughout Eastern North Carolina.

Labor Day traditionally signals the end of the summer season here on the Outer Banks. As such, it is the time when people take one last opportunity for a summer vacation. They may visit family and friends, throw a backyard BBQ or, hopefully, head to Nags Head, Kitty Hawk, Avon, Hatteras Village Ocracoke and all of our great Outer Banks destinations.

Since many of people’s Labor Day activities are of a celebratory nature, alcohol consumption is common among adults. Although responsible drinking over the holiday weekend is acceptable for many people, drinking and driving not only puts drivers, but many other innocent lives at risk.

According to USA Today, Labor Day is one of the U.S. holidays that ranks among the deadliest for drunk driving. In the past 20 years, between 400 and 450 people have lost their lives on average each year, and thousands of others have been injured in vehicle-related accidents taking place over the long Labor Day weekend. Many of these were victims of accidents in which alcohol played a key contributing role.

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