F. "Bill" William Powers’s Guides

F. "Bill" William Powers

Charlotte DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. Cyber Crimes in North Carolina - Stalking, Bullying & Electronic Criminal Statutes

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, 3 months ago.

    Criminal allegations involving electronic media such as FaceBook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+ and electronic forms of communication are becoming more common. Attorney Bill Powers discusses the develo

  2. Handling Traffic Tickets in Mecklenburg County

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, 3 months ago.

    Given the consequences to both insurance and motor vehicle points, it makes sense to speak with a legal professional. Consultations are normally free of charge and confidential for many Traffic Ticke

  3. DUI DWI Expert Testimony in North Carolina - RULE 702

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, 3 months ago.

    Attorneys Bill Powers, Managing Partner of Powers McCartan, pllc and Mike Daisley, of Daisley Law Group, host another episode of North Carolina Law Talk. Join Bill and Mike as they discuss Expert Tes

  4. Charging Documents in North Carolina - Criminal Defense

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, 3 months ago.

    When "charged" with a Criminal offense in North Carolina, there are certain documents and materials prepared. The accused has the right to be apprised, in basic form, of the charges against him or he

  5. How Are Cases Handled in Charlotte Traffic Court?

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, 3 months ago.

    Mecklenburg County has many different courts and courtroom procedures. Traffic Court cases are often handled in Courtroom 1130; however, they may thereafter be transferred to the 4th Floor of the Cou

  6. Are Miranda Rights Required?

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, 3 months ago.

    A common misconception of people charged with criminal offenses in North Carolina is the assumption that Miranda Rights are required. Criminal Defense Lawyer Bill Powers answers the Question: Are Mi

  7. How Are Felonies Handled in Court?

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, 3 months ago.

    Criminal charges in North Carolina, especially those involving Felonies, involve certain protocols for things such as an Initial Appearance, Bond Hearing, Probable Cause Hearing, Grand Juries & Indict

  8. License Restoration Fees - The DWI Difference

    Written by attorney F. Powers, 11 months ago.

    Restoration fees for North Carolina related Driving While Impaired Offenses. North Carolina License Restoration Fees: GENERAL (i1) Restoration Fee. - Any person whose drivers license has been

  9. Structured Sentencing in North Carolina - LEGAL REFERENCE MATERIALS

    Written by attorney F. Powers, about 1 year ago.

    APPLICABILITY: Does NOT apply to Driving While Impaired offenses. DWI DUI sentencing in North Carolina, for misdemeanor offenses, is subject to NCGS 20-179 see: http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/EnactedLegislation/Statutes/HTML/BySection/Chapter_20/GS_20-179.html 15A-1340.10. Appli...

  10. Double Jeopardy in North Carolina - TYPES OF OFFENSES - Inclusion

    Written by attorney F. Powers, about 1 year ago.

    Double Jeopardy in North Carolina includes; 1. CRIMINAL OFFENSES 2. CRIMINAL CONTEMPT Imposed after a plenary hearing. United States v. Dixon, 509 U.S. 688 (1993). 3. INFRACTIONS,State v. Hamrick, 110 N.C. App. 60 (1993). Punishments imposed for criminal offenses, criminal...