Raleigh Criminal Lawyer Discusses Fake Subpoenas

  If a witness refuses to talk to a district attorney, the law gives prosecutors a way to compel these witnesses to show up through the issuance of a subpoena. However, before the judge can issue a subpoena, the prosecutors must first present a convincing argument that the witness’s testimony is essential to the administration … Continue reading Raleigh Criminal Lawyer Discusses Fake Subpoenas

Raleigh Divorce Lawyer Notes How to Avoid Going Broke During and After Divorce

While the overall rate of divorce has been declining for several years, approximately one-third of the couples married today will, at some point, seek a divorce. Unfortunately, the costs associated with ending a marriage financially cripple a large number of those going through a divorce. However, there are strategies divorcing couples can use to minimize … Continue reading Raleigh Divorce Lawyer Notes How to Avoid Going Broke During and After Divorce

Raleigh DWI Lawyer Says Wake County Tops List of Most New Year’s Eve DWI Arrests

Two of the NC triangle counties may have had too much fun over the holidays, according to recent data. New North Carolina Department of Transportation data shows it to be among the top five counties with the most DWI arrests during the yuletide season. Over the holidays, the Governor’s Highway Safety Program’s Holiday “Booze It … Continue reading Raleigh DWI Lawyer Says Wake County Tops List of Most New Year’s Eve DWI Arrests

Raleigh Drug Defense Attorney Shares Insights into Obama’s Grant of Early Release to NC Man for Low-level Drug Possession Conviction

Just before Barack Obama officially ended his term as President, he signed the commutation or reduction of sentences for hundreds of convicts for non-violent drug offenses. This final act of his Presidency brings the total of reduced sentences to 1,385. For families and their loved ones, this act means finally being reunited with the those … Continue reading Raleigh Drug Defense Attorney Shares Insights into Obama’s Grant of Early Release to NC Man for Low-level Drug Possession Conviction

Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney Shares Insights on an Inmate Seeking New Appeal

Do you remember the book Fatal Vision? Well, it was true crime novel by Joe McGinnis detailing the case of Captain Jeffrey R. MacDonald, a former Army surgeon, who was found guilty of killing his wife and two children and is now serving three life sentences in Cumberland, Maryland. MacDonald has always insisted that he … Continue reading Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney Shares Insights on an Inmate Seeking New Appeal

Child Pornography Attorney Says Suspect Jailed Till He Provides Password

Passwords and encryption methods may be enough to keep other people out of your computers and mobile devices and far away from your personal files, but once you’ve been accused of a serious crime like possession of child pornography, these safeguards are increasingly causing issues with the government’s desire to access potentially relevant evidence. As … Continue reading Child Pornography Attorney Says Suspect Jailed Till He Provides Password

Raleigh Divorce Attorney Talks about Johnny Depp facing Domestic Violence Allegations

There’s no doubt that divorces can get messy, but it can get even messier when allegations of domestic violence surface. This is exactly what’s happening in the well-publicized divorce of Hollywood star Johnny Depp and actress Amber Heard, with the latter claiming “years of physical and psychological abuse” while living with her estranged husband. At … Continue reading Raleigh Divorce Attorney Talks about Johnny Depp facing Domestic Violence Allegations