Articles Tagged with BILL POWERS

Indictment Criminal LawCriminal charges in North Carolina follow a normal, standard protocol in our courts and judicial system. A Bill of Indictment is an important legal pleading and one that merits careful review by criminal defense lawyers.

In addition to providing for a methodological approach to the administration of justice, consistency serves to ensure Equal Protection of Laws.

Due Process includes compliance with Chapter 15: Criminal Procedure and Chapter 15A: The North Carolina Criminal Procedure Act.

Is DUI a Felony in North CarolinaIf you were arrested and face criminal charges for felony or misdemeanor offenses, we’re here to help.  Bill Powers is an NBTA Board Certified Specialist in Criminal Defense with 25+ years experience helping people.

This may be a difficult time for you or a loved one.  We understand how overwhelming it can seem.  That’s one reason it helps to have a defense lawyer standing by your side in court.  We’re here to protect your best interests – Bill Powers, Criminal Defense Lawyer Charlotte NC

Another reason to seek legal advice is to explain what has become an increasingly complicated legal system.  Good decisions are often centered on possessing the facts of the case, which necessitates hard work, preparation, and an attention to Constitutional Rights.

How to find a Criminal Defense Lawyer near me in Charlotte NC

What is the next step after the free consultation?

After the initial phone consultation with one of our criminal defense lawyers, we often times will want to meet you in person.

We find that it is helpful to be able to look a client in the eye, get to know you, and figure out your goals and what’s really important to you.

Driving While License Revoked in North Carolina - Police Cars at License CheckpointYour license to drive in North Carolina is valuable.  Why you shouldn’t drive while license revoked.

What happens if you’re caught driving on a suspended license?

North Carolina drivers who are convicted of driving on a suspended license face pretty hefty fines and penalties.  Driving while license revoked due to an DWI conviction is even more serious.

Larceny by Employee Embezzlement Criminal Defense in Charlotte NC

TAKE THESE CHARGES SERIOUSLY – They can have LONG TERM consequences!

  • What happens if I am charged with embezzlement?
  • What are my options?

What is an Indictment?  What is a True Bill in North Carolina? Can I be held in jail waiting for charges ?

The short answer is no. If there aren’t charges pending, you can’t be held – Bill Powers 

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  • Politely Advise Police You Wish to Say Nothing

Can I get more time to comply with Deferred Prosecution?  Do I Need a Continuance?  What are my Options?

You may have to explain the nature and the circumstances of your financial condition and why you need more time – Bill Powers 

  • Court Costs apply in Superior and District Court in North Carolina

I want to do the right thing.  What happens if I pay old tickets? Why was my license revoked?

If you pay off a ticket while you’re in a period of revocation or suspension, that actually may result in additional period of revocation or suspension – Bill Powers 

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NC Attempted Assault Charges and Penalties

Does North Carolina Have Attempted Assault?

Attempted Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury – New North Carolina Crime

The North Carolina Supreme Court recently held in State v. Floyd that attempted assault is a recognized crime in North Carolina. The court explained in their decision what the newly recognized law is and how it will work.

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