My grandson just got stopped walking a block to someone's house in the neighborhood where he is staying while going to college. A police office stopped him and found a small amount of weed. He told my grandson that he would not charge him if we would possibly be an informant. This is really... Read more »
Her dad would like to represent her(she is 20, lives in Oregon) because he did not realize that his tag was expired and sent her to run errands for him when she was visiting earlier this year. He wants to represent her 1) because she lives in Oregon and 2) because he feels like it's his fault since... Read more »
The boyfriend who is the father of my child stole my tags and has been driving on them I had to leave because I was afraid of him and I’m not home now he kicked me out of my apt and he’s driving on no insurance license revoked an my tags will he be arrested and sent to jail if pulled over
Maybe. If the tags have been reported as stolen, that's a possibility; although, depending on the basis of the license suspension, certain DWLR charges may result in an arrest (DWLR Imp Rev) for example.
Here's more info on Driving While License Revoked in North Carolina:...Read more »
I was approached by an officer after letting out passengers on the side of the road when I pulled over. He stated that I could be given a ticket for impeding traffic. Just need some help with how to approach dropping off passengers in the future and what is and isn’t allowed. I live in North... Read more »
In large measure, it depends on what the Court of Appeals Orders. It may send it back to the Superior Court (or District Court if a Family Law legal matter) for further findings. It may result in a re-trial. It could result in the imposition of a Judgment and it could end...Read more »
Prior convictions of Driving While Impaired (DWI) or what would otherwise be deemed a prior conviction under the NC DWI laws MAY be considered by the Court in sentencing. Convictions entered more than seven (7) years from the current offense date may be deemed Aggravating...Read more »
I met police for a voluntary interview about a stolen iPhone &credit cards. I worked in Walgreens &found them in the bathroom& used the card&sold the phone. I was honest with them&they verified my story with corresponding evidence. I told them where I sold the phone& that I attempted to retrieve it... Read more »
I would like to know if it is illegal to dna test a 6 month old baby without the mother’s written consent. Considering the person who tested the child is not on the birth certificate and has no legal guardianship to that child.
I tried to escape by entering a community and losing him, I did, but shortly after was pulled over, when he found me back on the main road I stopped immediately. He pulled me over, made my friend get in the drivers seat and drive down the road... Read more »
The laws in North Carolina regarding expunction of dismissed charges has recently and substantially changed. Prior exceptions and limitations have been modified, allowing multiple expunctions for certain charges and extended time periods. There are still important...Read more »
Not sure I understand the question. Chapter 15A-951 normally refers to a general Motions practice and how they're filed. One would necessarily want some more information re: who filed the motion and for what purpose.
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