Administrative Forfeiture

Administrative forfeiture is used to achieve most federal forfeitures in the United States. The reason for this is that the majority of seizures are uncontested. This may appear strange at first, but when one considers that much of property seized for forfeiture in the United States consists of large bundles of cash, it is easy …

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We’ve Moved!

As of December 1, 2020, the Law Office of Paige Feldmann is now at 421 Fayetteville St., Ste. 1140, Raleigh, NC 27601. This allows us to be closer to the courthouse. Our phone number, fax, P.O. box, and areas of practice remain the same.

Is Driving With An Expired Registration A Moving Violation In North Carolina?

Driving with expired tags in North Carolina is NOT a moving violation, but it is a Class 3 misdemeanor, and therefore court costs and a fine can be assessed and a conviction will show up on a background check (whether or not an employer will actually care about this violation is a different issue). Do …

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Marijuana And Driving In North Carolina? You Might Get A DWI.

A ridiculous amount of misdemeanor marijuana possession cases in Wake County are the result of a traffic stop for speeding or expired registration and end up in a citation for weed possession and marijuana paraphernalia possession. Last year the State Bureau of Investigation released a memo stating a human nor a dog can detect between …

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Radar Gun Calibration And Speeding Tickets — Why You Should Ignore Legal Advice On Reddit

This is awful legal advice, especially in Wake County, North Carolina. You can go to your speeding ticket date in Courtroom 101 in the Wake County Justice Center, ask about the radar gun, and the assistant district attorney (ADA) will automatically mark the case for bench trial about a month out. Speeding ticket trials are …

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