Wake County Defense Resources

  1. What to Do When You’ve Been Served with a Restraining Order

    If you have been served with a protective order, we’re sharing what this means and the steps you need to take next.

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  2. Which Agencies Investigate Federal Crimes?

    We’re looking at the federal agencies under the Department of Justice who investigate federal crimes

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  3. What to Do After Receiving a Target Letter from a Federal Agency

    If you receive a target letter from the Department of Justice, we’re walking you through the steps you need to take.

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  4. What Happens When You Receive an FTA for Traffic Tickets?

    Missed your traffic ticket hearing? Find out what happens when you receive a “failure to appear.”

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  5. What’s the Difference Between a DWI and DUI in North Carolina?

    What’s the difference between a DWI and a DUI? Our DWI lawyers in Raleigh are sharing what you need to know.

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  6. Statute of Limitations in North Carolina for Criminal Offenses

    If you commit a crime, how long until you can no longer be prosecuted for it? We’re breaking down the statute of limitations in North Carolina for criminal offenses

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  7. Can I Record Interactions with Police in North Carolina?

    If you are pulled over or stopped by police, can you record your interaction? We’re sharing what you need to know about your rights.

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  8. What to Do When Your Child Is Arrested for DUI

    No parent wants to receive a phone call that their underage child has been arrested for a DUI in North Carolina, but unfortunately, it happens frequently. While you’re grateful that they weren’t in an accident and hurt themselves or someone else, you’re also feeling frustrated, worried, and angry. The most important thing you can do […]

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  9. State Crimes vs Federal Crimes: What’s the Difference?

    We’re looking at how federal crimes and state crimes are different and why you need an experienced federal criminal defense attorney on your side.

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  10. Does the First Step Act Apply to Your Drug Trafficking Case?

    The NC First Step Act is designed to reduce sentences for drug trafficking – learn if your case is applicable.

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