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Jury finds woman not guilty of DWI It took a Superior Court jury just over two hours to find a Mocksville woman not guilty of driving while impaired. Lauri Anne McGinley, 49, of Main Street, was observed running off the road and nearly colliding with a semi-truck as she was driving east on I-40 [...]
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Driving while impaired. Also known as DWI, or (in some states) DUI. It’s against the law, and most folks would tend to agree that that’s a good thing. After all, nobody approves of impaired driving. But when we consider our DWI laws, it’s important that we look at them from a rational point of view. [...]
What should I do if I received a non-compliance letter from the NCDMV because I had an alcohol violation? I blew a FAIL when I tried to start my car in the morning. I had taken cough medicine in the middle of the night because I was sick. I guess it was still lingering in [...]
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Clarke Dummit, a lawyer based in Winston-Salem, NC whose primary area of practice is criminal law, has earned the AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale-Hubbell® Winston-Salem, NC (PR Newswire) September 23, 2013 - Martindale-Hubbell, a division of LexisNexis®, has confirmed that attorney Clarke Dummit still maintains the AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest possible rating for both [...]
Reviewing Checkpoints- Are Police Following Procedures? The Winston-Salem Journal reported recently on the review of traffic checkpoints in Winston-Salem through 2011. The review shows that checkpoints are conducted disproportionately in minority neighborhoods. The police are allowed to conduct these checkpoints, but only for traffic and drunk driving checks- not, as was hinted by the officer [...]
State Failed to Prove Elements of the Crime On September 30, 2012 our client was charged with exceeding a safe speed and driving while impaired. The allegations were that she called the police to report an accident she was in where the car flipped on its side. When the officer arrived on the scene, one [...]