After a car accident that results in injuries or death to others, it is likely for criminal charges to result. The type of charges may change over the course of the investigation, and even if a person is charged with DWI immediately after an accident, it is possible...
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Month: September 2020
How to defend against a reckless driving violation
If you are caught speeding or racing on a North Carolina road, you may be given a reckless driving ticket. The same may be true if you attempt to elude a police officer or otherwise operate a vehicle in a blatantly unsafe manner. However, you do have the right to...
Drunk driving charges stem from hit-and-run involving bicyclist
It is not uncommon for criminal charges to result from car accidents. Even if a driver is not necessarily considered at fault for the crash, that driver could still face charges if he or she does not remain at the scene or is suspected of drunk driving. Unfortunately,...