Consequences of a DWI under 21 in North Carolina

Under North Carolina law, anyone under the age of 21 may be charged with the offense of driving while impaired if they are found to be operating a motor vehicle under the influence of an impairing substance, as is the case for drivers over 21. However, for drivers under the age of 21, any amount More

How Long Does It Take to Evict a Tenant in North Carolina?

Pursuant to North Carolina law, a landlord may, following successful judicial proceeding, forcibly evict a tenant seven days after the filing of a writ of possession. North Carolina provides four instances in which a landlord may institute eviction proceedings against a tenant: non-payment of rent, a holdover tenant situation, material breach of the lease agreement More