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What a DWI on Blackout Wednesday Means for College Students in NC


The night before Thanksgiving has turned into a sort of holiday for young people to gather and get drunk. “Blackout Wednesday,” or “Drinksgiving,” is now known as “the drunkest night of the year,” steadily rising in popularity since around 2012. This day is generally revered by college kids and early twenty-somethings, and unfortunately produces more…

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Visitors’ Guide to Driving in North Carolina

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An estimated 39 million families in the US are planning to travel this Thanksgiving, meaning no matter where you live, roads are likely to be more congested than normal. No one wants to spend their holiday dealing with the aftermath of an accident, but if you are injured in an accident, our personal injury attorneys…

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What to do if you are charged with DWI during the holidays


Thanksgiving Eve, also referred to as “Blackout Wednesday,” is the start of the holiday DWI season. During December, more than 700 people are killed or injured each day. While tensions are high when it comes to family and work gatherings, you may start with one or two drinks then leave the party without a second…

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3 Keys to a Legal Holiday Party

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Company holiday parties are a great way to celebrate a successful year and to reward your team members. They give everyone in the company a way to connect outside of company business and offer the potential to meet spouses, do a fun group activity, or enjoy a nice meal. However, these gatherings are also wrought…

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Five Ways to Keep Halloween a Treat


Halloween is perhaps the pinnacle of the fall season for many, and there are plenty of ways for adults & children to enjoy the holiday. However, there are many potential pitfalls to steer clear of so you don’t end up with an unplanned costume…behind bars. Here are five ways to keep your Halloween safe &…

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