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Implied Consent in North Carolina
Implied Consent in North Carolina

Even though most drivers may not be aware of it, everyone with a North Carolina driver’s license has agreed to allow police to test their blood alcohol content (BAC) if they are stopped in suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI). Under North Carolina law, drivers ...

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Blog posts in October, 2014

  • Why you might want to seek alimony in your divorce

    From technology to laws, society is always changing. Over time we make little improvements that tend to have big impacts on our lives. One such ...

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  • Lifting the ban: how will it affect child custody and adoption?

    In last week’s blog post, we explained how a decision made in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals changed how North Carolinians defined marriage ...

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  • Is there a better option to handling missing support payments?

    Generally speaking, when a family law judge awards custody of a child to a custodial parent, the noncustodial parent is then ordered to pay child ...

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  • What did the 4th Circuit decision do for same-sex marriage in NC?

    Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Windsor v. United States, same-sex marriage was rekindled as a hot-button topic that has pit civil ...

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