July 2018 Archives

North Carolina woman accused of DWI after rollover crash

It only takes a split second. A single moment of inattention can result in a car accident with serious consequences. Though accidents happen every day in North Carolina for a variety of different reasons, it may be easy for police to assume that the cause of an accident was related to a driver who was under the influence of alcohol. In fact, a woman has recently been charged with DWI following an accident that sent her to the hospital.

Drinking and driving: Not a good mix

If a North Carolina police officer pulls you over because he or she thinks you are drunk, the rest of that particular day and the rest of your foreseeable future may not go so well. Let's say you had a drink or two with friends on your way home from work. Does that mean you are committing a crime if you then get behind the wheel of your car to drive? The answer depends on several factors, including what your blood alcohol content happens to be at the time.

North Carolina moped crash leads to DWI charge

There are a variety of different ways to legally use North Carolina roadways. While many people may automatically think of cars and trucks when they consider personal transportation vehicles, there are some people who opt for a moped because they are less expensive and better for the environment. Unfortunately, one man who chose such a mode of transportation now faces an accusation of DWI.

North Carolina motor vehicle accident kills 1, injures 2

It is not uncommon for car crashes to occur in North Carolina and across the country. As such, it becomes extremely important for drivers -- especially those who are relatively inexperienced ones -- to follow all traffic rules and safety recommendations. Unfortunately, a recent motor vehicle accident seems to underscore the potential consequences of failing to do so.

North Carolina brothers face drug charges

It does not take much to raise someone's suspicions. A nosy, concerned neighbor could easily make the decision to notify police about activity that may ultimately be innocuous. Because of the relative ease of notifying police of a concern, a simple suspicion may not be sufficient to warrant a search by law enforcement officials. Unfortunately, three brothers now face drug charges in North Carolina.

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