How can I file for expunction?

An expunction is the same thing as an expungement. Expunction is just the word that North Carolina uses to refer to the process of sealing or removing criminal records. If you have a criminal record, sealing them can allow you to have better job prospects, get housing...

North Carolina DWI penalties

North Carolina has a much higher rate of drunk driving fatalities than the national average. In light of this data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the state imposes serious penalties for drivers who operate a motor vehicle under the influence of...

Robbery laws in North Carolina

In North Carolina, robbery is considered a theft where there is a victim involved. The state puts robbery into three different categories: with a deadly weapon, train, and common law. All of these crimes are felonies. Robbery with a deadly weapon and train robbery are...

Police drawing blood in DWI cases

North Carolina police may be showing up at the scene of traffic stops or car accidents with medically equipped vans and portable phlebotomy tables. An increasing number of police departments are training officers to draw blood from suspects in DWI cases. As more...