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Alcohol breath odor is the most frequently cited observation by US police officers in alcohol related traffic offenses – Southern California Research Institute
While my child at least feigns general interest in my work as a criminal defense attorney, two recent stories seem to have struck a chord. We have been actively discussing the Oklahoma Homecoming case and it’s complexities.
The most recent local case involves a young woman in Charlotte charged with a felony in the tragic loss of a friend. Tonight at supper I was peppered with a host of questions:
Attorney Bill Powers is the managing partner of Powers Law Firm PA, pllc in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a regular commentator on developing legal trends, laws, court procedures, trials and pending legislation on North Carolina Law Talk. Bill is the Vice President of Communications for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice and was selected by the Governor of North Carolina as a member of the Governor’s Statewide Impaired Driving Task Force. Bill Powers was named to SuperLawyers North Carolina Magazine “Top 100” in North Carolina in calendar years 2012, 2013 & 2014. For more information regarding the membership information and criterion for inclusion, please visit SuperLawyers.com.