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Criminal Law Knights Game

Attorney Mark Jetton hosted his colleagues and friends at a Charlotte Knights the last weekend of April! Watching a game from a dugout suite is pretty hard to beat, but sharing the experience with the people who support Mark and Jetton and Meredith made it even more special!

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Blog posts in May, 2023

  • Should I Blow?

    We are asked numerous times (sometimes in the middle of the night) if I should blow when there is a suspicion of a person driving while impaired. To ...

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  • New Open Carry Law

    During the 2023 General Assembly of North Carolina, Session Law 2023-8, Senate Bill 41 eliminated the requirement that North Carolina residents obtain ...

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  • Failure to Stop for Blue Lights and Sirens in North Carolina

    One of the more serious traffic offenses in North Carolina is the offense of failure to heed lights and sirens. Punished as a misdemeanor, you can be ...

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  • I just got a DWI, what is going to happen to my license?

    One of the most common questions we see in DWI cases is what is going to happen to my license? There are several different stages in the process of a ...

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  • May 2023 Newsletter

    We are delighted to present our April 2023 newsletter, filled with exciting updates and developments from Jetton & Meredith, PLLC. As a leading legal ...

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  • The Fast and The Fined: Prearranged Speed Competitions in North Carolina

    Engaging in a prearranged speeding competition may seem like a fun idea in the movies, but getting caught by the police has real consequences in North ...

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  • Boating While Impaired In North Carolina

    Boating While Impaired or BWI is one of the most common charges in North Carolina over the summer months, with the Department of Wildlife Resources, ...

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  • Spontaneous Racing (N.C. Gen. Stat. § 20-141.3(b))

    Spontaneous racing (otherwise known as “Willful Racing”) is different from prearranged racing because of one requirement which is that the race be ...

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  • Taking a Gun Inside the Airport in Charlotte

    A common gun-related offense in North Carolina is the charge of taking a gun into the airport. Whether in a purse or in a backpack that was not ...

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