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Attorneys Mike Daisley and Bill Powers discuss developing trends and provide legal commentary on North Carolina Law issues. If you have general questions about how the legal system works in North Carolina, please feel free to contact Mike and Bill at:
Obtaining a Pre-Trial Limited Privilege requires careful consideration of the record, prior history, and factual basis of a case. One should not assume it is automatic or guaranteed – Bill Powers
If you have a conviction or even just pending charges, it makes sense to talk to a lawyer – Bill Powers
An attorney can help explain the process, determine eligibility, and draft the different forms that are necessary for a Pre-Trial Privilege – Bill Powers
Under North Carolina Law, and under limited circumstances, the Court may authorize a Pre-Trial Limited Driving Privilege during a period of suspension – Bill Powers
See Sample : Pre-Trial Limited Driving Privilege
We wish all our friends a safe, healthy, and happy holiday weekend. If you are planning on driving anywhere, heads up: North Carolina is in the middle of a statewide “Click-It-or-Ticket” campaign.
For the safety of you and your loved ones, please be careful this Memorial Day Holiday – Bill Powers
Alcohol breath odor is the most frequently cited observation by US police officers in alcohol related traffic offenses – Southern California Research Institute