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Why Choose Hatley Law Office to Handle your DWI Charge?

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Receiving a Driving While Impaired (DWI) charge in North Carolina can be one of the most stressful times of your life. The next morning, you don't know where to turn and don't know where to start to try to pick up the pieces or seek out legal options.

If you hire Hatley Law Office, we will work to reduce or eliminate the damage that a conviction of Driving ...

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Bad Weather Driving Tips

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Summer has come, and along with it, the season’s storms. Within the past few weeks, North Carolina has experienced a plethora of thunderstorms that have led to adverse conditions for drivers. Conditions that have the potential to decrease an individual's ability to drive. All is fun in a day's drive until its pouring and the wind is gusting.


The conditions produced by storms such as rain, fog ...

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What's up with North Carolina Seat Belt Laws?

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So you ate a big lunch and couldn't bear the extra tug around the tummy, say you got pulled and your child decided to wiggle out of his or her car seat, maybe you were on a quick trip to the grocery store just down the road. Now you have a seat-belt ticket and are wondering what to do and where to turn. Among North Carolina's tricky traffic ...

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Meet Madison Scott, Law Clerk and Future Attorney

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Madison is a graduate from UNC Chapel Hill and headed to UNC Law in the fall. She grew up in both Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC and is proud to call both of those place home. As a rising law student, she is thrilled to be working with the attorneys at the Hatley Law Office. She’s happy to spend each day doing her favorite thing, meeting with and talking ...

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Penalties for Marijuana Related Charges in North Carolina

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A major factor in North Carolina with regards to marijuana and paraphernalia possession penalties is whether you've had a prior conviction or not. NC has a structured system for sentencing. Your punishment could increase if you have a criminal record.

  • Class 3 Misdemeanor: For first time offenses, you can be sentenced to serve one to ten days in jail. However, you could possibly be sentenced to community service, probation ...
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