Articles Tagged with traffic law

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.

Cleaning Up Your Record.  Dealing with the Courts and DMV.  What Happens If I Pay Off Old Tickets in North Carolina?

The first step is to figure out what is out there on a statewide basis.  One should be careful to consider how tickets can affect one another – Bill Powers 

See More:  Missed Court and New Tickets, What Happens

How Long Can a Case Be Continued for Lab Reports? How is Blood Evidence Proven in Court? How Long Does It Take to Get Blood Results?

Blood Testing in DWI cases takes time and involves a delicate balance of trial schedules, witness availability, and scientific testing protocols – Bill Powers 

What is Chain of Custody?

Bill Powers included in SuperLawyers Magazine Top 100 for North Carolina


Powers Included on the 2016 “Top 100” North Carolina Super Lawyers List

Powers Law Firm PA, a Charlotte-Metro law firm, recently received notice two attorneys for the firm have been included in 2016 North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine.  Bill Powers Included on the 2016 “Top 100” North Carolina Super Lawyers List.

Traffic Ticket Tips in Charlotte NC – Modified Transcript for Hearing Impaired

Charlotte and the Mecklenburg County Judicial District is one of the largest in the state. We have many highways coming through Charlotte: I-77, I-277 the Beltway, 85, 485, and 74.

In many ways, it’s a spaghetti junction.

Modified Transcript of “Developing Legal Theories in North Carolina” for the Hearing Impaired:

The truth is no two cases are exactly alike.

Modified Transcript of “Reasonable Suspicion To Stop” for Hearing Impaired:

. . .By a reasonable and articulable suspicion that the person seized is engaged in criminal activity.

Contact Information