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I would need to know what you are charged with and what kind of appointment you are attending.See question
An individual with no prior convictions has been charged with the following. Class 1 misdemeanor 20-166(c) violation for hit and run (property damage only, no injury). Class 3 misdemeanor 90-95(D)(4) violation for possession of marijuana up to ...
You should contact a local Wake County attorney about your case. There could be ways to fight the charges or to earn a dismissal (i.e. 90/96 program). That's generally the first question before you get into hypothetical penalties. A dismissal would mean that the individual does not need to deal with a conviction and sentecning issues.See question
I know very well not to speed in a school zone, but my foot hit the gas instead of the breaks. I went 38 on a 25 mph zone. I have a great driving record.. no tickets/citations etc in 20 years. Can ask for prayer of judgement?
Community service for a PJC would likely be a good option for Wake County. You should contact a local Wake County lawyer to handle your case.See question
I was driving without a license and since then I have earned a license. If I show the judge my license, will the charges be dropped? If not, will I get a misdemeanor. If so, anyway to get this down to an infraction?
You should contact a Wake County criminal defense attorney about your case. The District Attorney is the one who can decide whether or not to dismiss your case for the reason noted.See question
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You should speak to a traffic ticket lawyer in Wake County before paying anything. Most traffic ticket lawyers offer free consultations. My firm offers free consultations for cases like yours.See question
I received a ticket for expired tags and unsafe movement. I've received several advertisements for legal services to assist me without points being charged to my record. I am not sure if I should retain an attorney from one of these services or ...
Generally the expired tags part is the type of case that could be dismissed if you provide proof of current registration. The unsafe movement could also be dismissed under certain circumstances. You should contact a Wake County traffic ticket lawyer to discuss your case. You should not pay the ticket without talking to a Wake County traffic ticket lawyer first. I practice in Wake County and would be happy to answer questions.See question
2 or 3 years ago, my wife hit me and called the cops. Needless to say they arrested both of us and we went through a program. I've never been arrested in my life so this was new to me. The judge dismissed the charges against me. I just want to kno...
Regarding employment purposes, it depends on that particular employer. Every employer is different on how they view your background.
Due to your charge being dismissed, this particular case would be something the state would allow to have expunged from your record permanently. To do so, you could file for an expungement within the county the charges originated. On average, expunctions in Wake County are currently taking six to nine months. The time varies between counties.See question
College aged female. Had a few items, some craft paints and paint brushes, in my bag when I walked paid for a few things and then walked out of the store. Stopped by a girl not too much older than me who said she was loss prevention patrol and tha...
It doesn't seem like you will be arrested for this, but you aren't out of the clear yet. Before you pay anything, make sure you contact a criminal defense attorney in Wake County. Also, check the paperwork to see if you have been trespassed from Walmart, meaning that you are not allowed on Walmart property anymore.See question
I am 18 years old and a college student in North Carolina and I made a mistake and stole a bra that was $35 and they arrested me and my friend and said I have to go to court. What are my options and is there anyway I can get this charge dropped ?
You should have been given a court date. Make sure you attend that date. There, the Assistant District Attorney may present you with different options, including asking if you want a trial, if you want to plea, or may even give you the option of a First Offender's program.
It may be wise to seek an attorney to help you out with this. There are ways for the case to be dropped, but it often takes time and is not guaranteed.See question
It happened on 2009 I was 19 when it happened I did my probation and paid my restitution
If you were convicted of the larceny and you were over the age of 18 when the offense occurred, you must wait 15 years to have the charge expunged in North Carolina. It may benefit you to have an attorney look into your background check to make sure you were over 18 at the time the offense occurred, as this could affect the timelines.See question