Traffic Court Date During The Pandemic In Wake — Do I Have To Go?

Wake County stopped handling traffic tickets in disposition court (Courtroom 101) in mid-March among the pandemic, and is not expected to resume until June 1, 2020 at the very earliest. Many people have contacted me stating they are very nervous about being in the courthouse this summer, and I completely understand why. It is unclear …

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Possession of a Malt Beverage Under 21 – Can The State Prove The Alcohol Level?

Usually a possession of alcohol while under 21 charge in Wake County (G.S. 18B-300), North Carolina, can be dismissed with a substance abuse assessment and recommended treatment through the 90-96 program. Although this tends to be time consuming (about 15 hours of class), it does allow for the charge to be dismissed and eventually expunged …

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Guide To Misdemeanor Marijuana Charges In Wake County, North Carolina

Is Marijuana Legal In North Carolina? Marijuana is a Schedule VI drug. It is still illegal in North Carolina. (As of the posting of this blog on January 27, 2020) Statute Addressing Misdemeanor Marijuana Charges: G.S. 90-95(d)(4): A controlled substance classified in Schedule VI shall be guilty of a Class 3 misdemeanor, but any sentence of …

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Avvo Clients’ Choice Award

The Law Office of Paige Feldmann, PLLC recently received the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award. Thank you to everyone who has left a review and supported the firm’s growth! Paige Dorothy Miles FeldmannClients’ ChoiceAward 2019

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