F. "Bill" William Powers’s Guides

F. "Bill" William Powers

Charlotte DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. Points Assessment in North Carolina - 2012 UPDATE

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    Points are assessed in North Carolina depending (in part) on the type of offense and category of licensure. For more information, please call Bill Powers at Powers McCartan, pllc. 704-342-HELP 704-342-4357 bill@powmac.com www.powmac.com www.PowMacTrafficDefense.com

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  2. Sentencing Hearing in North Carolina - Procedure - LEGAL REFERENCE MATERIALS

    Written by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    15A-1334. The sentencing hearing. (a) Time of Hearing. Unless the defendant waives the hearing, the court must hold a hearing on the sentence. Either the defendant or the State may, upon a showing which the judge determines to be good cause, obtain a continuance of the sentenci...

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  3. EVIDENTIARY STANDARDS - Grossly Aggravating Factors DWI SENTENCING - Legal Reference Materials

    Written by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    (o) Evidentiary Standards; Proof of Prior Convictions. In the sentencing hearing, the State shall prove any grossly aggravating or aggravating factor beyond a reasonable doubt, and the defendant shall prove any mitigating factor by the greater weight of the evidence. Evidence ad...

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  4. Aggravated Level 1 DWI - STATUTORY REFERENCE MATERIALS

    Written by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    (f3) Aggravated Level One Punishment. A defendant subject to Aggravated Level One punishment may be fined up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000) and shall be sentenced to a term of imprisonment that includes a minimum term of not less than 12 months and a maximum term of not more ...

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  5. Limited Driving Privilege in North Carolina - LEGAL REFERENCE MATERIALS - Part B

    Written by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    (3) If the applicant is required to drive to and from work at regular times but is unable to specify the places at which work is to be performed, the limited driving privilege must specify the general times and geographic boundaries in which the applicant will be driving, and res...

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  6. Limited Driving Privileges in North Carolina - STATUTORY REFERENCE MATERIALS - Part A

    Written by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    20-179.3. Limited driving privilege. (a) Definition of Limited Driving Privilege. A limited driving privilege is a judgment issued in the discretion of a court for good cause shown authorizing a person with a revoked driver's license to drive for essential purposes related to a...

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  7. 21> Provisional Impaired Driving Offense

    Written by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    20-138.3. Driving by person less than 21 years old after consuming alcohol or drugs. (a) Offense. It is unlawful for a person less than 21 years old to drive a motor vehicle on a highway or public vehicular area while consuming alcohol or at any time while he has remaining in h...

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  8. Impaired Driving Fatalities in North Carolina - Bill Powers

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    Bill Powers 704-342-HELP Experienced, Compassionate Legal Help Impaired Driving Fatalities - Legal Represenations Lawsuits, Damages

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  9. NCAJ North Carolina Advocates for Justice - Summer Convention - Bill Powers Discusses the Benefits

    Video posted by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    The North Carolina Advocates for Justice NCAJ promotes justice in the courts of North Carolina. Through TOP-NOTCH Continuing Legal Education, Legislative Lobbying, Moot Court, Amicus Briefs and the Trial Briefs Magazine, NCAJ provides a wealth of information to its members. If ...

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  10. NC COMMERCIAL VEHICLE POINTS - NOT ASSESSED OFFENSES

    Written by attorney F. Powers, almost 2 years ago.

    No points shall be assessed for conviction of the following offenses: Overloads Over length Over width Over height Illegal parking Carrying concealed weapon Improper plates Improper registration Improper muffler Improper display of license plates or dealers' tags Unlawful disp...

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