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November 2016 Archives

Drug charges follow undercover operation in North Carolina

Facing criminal charges can be a frightening time. Knowing that a conviction can lead to fines and incarceration, along with the long-term consequences related to employment and other prospects can scare any individual. Three North Carolina residents will likely be considering their defense options after their recent arrests on felony drug charges.

Avoiding motorcycle accidents

Over the years, motorcycles have become more popular throughout North Carolina, both as a mode of transportation and for recreation. As a rider, when you share the road with much larger vehicles it puts you in a high risk of becoming involved in an accident.

Drunk driving over Halloween a problem in Guilford County, NC

North Carolina conducted a state-wide 4-day road safety program between Oct. 28 and Oct. 31. The program named Halloween Boo-ze It & Lose It was aimed at decreasing the dangers of drunk driving by removing imbibed drivers from the roads. Over the four-day period, a total of 605 citations for driving while impaired were issued.

Important decisions to be made concerning child custody

When a couple decides to call it quits and file for divorce, they are faced with many important decisions.  When the divorce involves minor children, things become more complex. Decisions about child custody and visitation, as well as child support, have to be agreed upon by North Carolina parents in the midst of divorce.

Bike versus car accidents: Cyclists have no hope

In a period of only five days, three cyclists in North Carolina have been hit by other vehicles. The cyclists in the first accident, which happened on a recent Monday in October, are still in the hospital. A young father was killed in the second accident, which occurred at about 6:37 p.m. on the Friday after. These two tragic accidents once again prove that in bike versus car accidents, the cyclists involved stand no chance.

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