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What You Need to Know About Boating While Impaired (BWI) Laws In North Carolina
What You Need to Know About Boating While Impaired (BWI) Laws In North Carolina

What You Need to Know About Boating While Impaired (BWI) Laws in North Carolina In 2016, North Carolina enacted Sheyenne’s Law in response to an alcohol-induced boating accident that lead to 17-year-old Sheyenne Marshall’s death. The bill acts to “provide an increased ...

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