When a person is injured because of someone’s negligence, he or she should consider filing an injury claim against the responsible party. However, in a negligence case, a plaintiff needs to establish four elements to be able to justify a claim. The absence of one or more of these elements substantially increases the chances of … Continue reading The Four Elements of a Negligence Claim
In North Carolina a first-time a driver convicted of DWI may be sentenced to up to 60 days in jail, while repeat offenders can face a sentence of up to two years in jail. However, with the help of a DWI lawyer, one can fight a DWI charge and possibly prevent a conviction. Here are … Continue reading How to Fight a DWI Charge in Raleigh
In this year’s follow up documentary, “Weed 2”, Gupta goes on to apologize again and state, “I am not backing down on medical marijuana; I am doubling down.” If you haven’t seen it, it is certainly worth watching. In North Carolina, marijuana is classified as a Schedule VI drug and possession of less than ½ … Continue reading Raleigh Criminal Lawyer Supports New Law On Medical Use of Marijuana Oil
Complicating the issue further, many states and municipalities have passed laws that limit a dog’s ability to roam at large. Due to the intricacies of the "one free bite" rule, a respectable Raleigh personal injury attorney with Kurtz & Blum can answer your questions. If you or someone you know has been injured by a … Continue reading In Case of a Dog Attack, Consult a Raleigh Personal Injury Lawyer
Andrew Young might be well-known locally for his tell-all book, The Politician, and experience serving as an top aide to John Edwards, but in many ways he is just a regular middle class professional who went out one night and is might have had “one too many” and would be advised to seek counsel of … Continue reading A Night Out, a Few Drinks and a DWI – Raleigh DWI Lawyer Says, Don’t Think It Can’t Happen To You.
The ruling does not mean that the contents are off limits completely, just that officials are required to show probable cause and must wait for a magistrate (judge) to issue a proper warrant. There are also a few exceptions where exigent circumstances might excuse the warrantless search of a cell phone, but such circumstances will … Continue reading Raleigh Lawyer Weighs in on Recent SCOTUS Cell Phone Privacy Decision
Ticket quotas are one of the touchiest issues surrounding traffic citations. It's a reality in several states like Alabama, where a police officer was relieved from duty in 2013 for revealing that they had a daily ticket issuance quota to meet—even without any clear reasons for doing so. Not in North Carolina, though. Ticket quotas … Continue reading Ticket Quotas: Do They Exist?