Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Dealing with a Breaking and Entering Charge

Today, Robert Downey, Jr. is one of today's biggest box office stars, even rivaling box office kings Johnny Depp and Tom Cruise. However, there was a time when he was notorious for stumbling into the wrong house, allegedly on one of those nights when he had a drink too many. While the actor has wonderfully recovered from the mishap, forcing your way into a property that is not yours – sober or otherwise – can actually lead to a breaking and entering charge in North Carolina.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

All You Need to Know About Personal Injury

The laws exist to protect people, thus numerous clauses and addendums are dedicated towards the defense of individuals and property. However, you don’t have to be a criminal with intent to cause harm to others to get entangled in a personal injury case. The occasional accidents born of ignorance and recklessness can trample over the rights of another, and those deemed responsible for the catastrophes can be held accountable by law.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Vehicle Seizure following a DWI Arrest

It can be quite shocking to have your car seized following a DWI arrest. You should know that North Carolina has made a vehicle subject to seizure if you continue to drive while your license is already revoked because of a prior DWI. You should also know that a specific provision of North Carolina clearly provides for an enhanced speedy trial in such a case.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

DUI Doesn’t Always Mean Jail Time

Contrary to what you see or hear on DUI police chases, a DUI charge doesn’t necessarily mean jail time. North Carolina state law is clear on the matter.