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F. "Bill" William Powers

F. Powers’s Legal Guides

303 total


  • Retain Legal Counsel Immediately

    We will get calls from friends, family members, whether it's a parent or a spouse of someone who has been recently charged or in fact just maybe even accused of a serious felony. It's important to get

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  • Media Relations Criminal Charges North Carolina

    Criminal charges often attract the attention of the media, even when the person accused of an offense otherwise wouldn't be considered a Public Figure. Attorney Bill Powers of Powers McCartan, pllc i

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  • LEGAL SYSTEM WORK LIKE IT DOES ON TV IN CHARLOTTE?

    Does the Legal System Work Like it Does on TV?
 The truth of the matter is is that TV has a very narrow window of time to express a thought or an idea. Never in my 20 years have I ever seen a Perry

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  • DUI / DWI Criminal Defense - North Carolina Law Talk - LEGAL REFERENCE MATERIALS

    Attorney Mike Daisley, of Daisley Law, pllc and Bill Powers, Managing Partner of Powers McCartnan, pllc discuss DWI DUI Defense in North Carolina. Join Mike and Bill for another episode of North Caro

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

    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

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  • Handling Traffic Tickets in Mecklenburg County

    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

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  • DUI DWI Expert Testimony in North Carolina - RULE 702

    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

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  • Charging Documents in North Carolina - Criminal Defense

    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

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  • How Are Cases Handled in Charlotte Traffic Court?

    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

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  • Are Miranda Rights Required?

    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

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