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Attorney Mark Jetton talks with WBTV about the alcohol laws within North Carolina. As Charlotte defense attorney Mark Jetton states, “You can look at it as a three piece part. First of all, you have an individual who gets intoxicated…then that person leaves the establishment and then either hurts someone, hits them, or even kills them, and then…

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Attorney Mark Jetton talks with WBTV about talks with WBTV about boating while impaired. As Charlotte defense attorney Mark Jetton states, “BWI stands for boating while impaired…the law of BWI is similar to that of driving while impaired but on a boat.” Mark also mentions that the laws are similar to that of a DWI, meaning having below…

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I have been in a motor vehicle accident, what do I do now? Most people have never been in an accident and are unaware of their options following a collision. This article will go over the steps each person should take following their involvement in a motor vehicle accident. Step One: Report the incident to…

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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 penalty for impaired boating resulting in death or serious injury and to clarify…