WWPEM, PLLC attorneys are back in the news. This time, Preston Hilton out of the Firm's Supply, NC office was quoted in the Wilmington Star News regarding one of Brunswick County's newest treatment courts.
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Rick Parrotte of WWPEM's Brunswick County offices contributed to an article regarding DWIs in last month's Southport Magazine. The entire article can be read here.
Rick Parrotte, who works in Wright, Worley, Pope, Ekster & Moss, PLLC's Brunswick County, NC office, was in the news regarding his representation of William Hewett.
A criminal record can cause considerable headache when applying for employment, housing, and college. Even when a criminal charge is dismissed the original charge remains on the individual’s criminal record. This is a common frustration for many of our clients. In North Carolina, an expunction is the destruction of a criminal record by court order. Upon receiving an expunction the individual may truthfully deny or refuse to acknowledge the criminal incident ever occurred.
Be sure to check out the interview with longtime Cumberland County District Attorney, Ed Grannis, in the current edition of the North Carolina State Bar Journal. The interview was conducted by Margaret Dickson and Harold "Butch" Pope. Butch Pope is a partner with Wright, Worley, Pope, Ekster & Moss, PLLC and works out of the firm's Whiteville, NC office. The interview begins on page 15 of the pdf.
Next time you are sitting at a traffic light in North Carolina there is a good chance that roughly half of the motorists around you are breaking the law. Despite the fact that the law went into effect several years ago, most North Carolina motorist do not realize that their license plate cover that is displaying their favorite sports team or the license plate cover installed by their car dealership for free advertising is illegal.
Navigating North Carolina’s DWI laws can be difficult and the consequences can be very severe. If you have been charged with DWI in Southeastern North Carolina contact our office so we may discuss your case with you.