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August 2017 Archives

Intoxication and the law

While most people know that it is illegal to drive intoxicated in North Carolina, not everybody knows what legally constitutes intoxication under North Carolina law. Here is a breakdown of what constitutes driving impaired under state law and how experts recommend that a person can tell if he or she has consumed too much alcohol to legally drive. 

How common is speeding?

From driving while intoxicated by alcohol or drugs to failing to yield, traffic offenses take many forms. However, drivers sometimes find themselves facing charges after they are pulled over for speeding. From unlawful road races to simply driving a few miles over the speed limit on accident, the details from one incident to another often vary. Moreover, these offenses could interfere with your ability to drive, which could make it hard for you to take care of daily responsibilities, such as getting to and from your job.

The costs of underage drinking and driving

Drunk driving is problematic enough on its own, but when the driver is also underage, the severity of the issue is only furthered. Each state can enforce different laws concerning drinking and driving, and North Carolina is one that takes a zero tolerance stance against drivers who are under the legal age and nevertheless drink and drive. In some ways, North Carolina underage drinking laws can also be stricter than other states.  

Maintaining a good relationship with your children after divorce

If you and your spouse are one of the many North Carolina couples who have decided to divorce, you may be concerned about how your decision will affect your relationship with your children. While your concern is a valid one, proactive measures to maintain a good relationship can prevent unnecessary strain. At Cody Law Firm, we have helped many individuals like you through the difficult process of divorce.

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