Indian Trail Crime

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  • Pair arrested after robbing, pistol-whipping man in ...

    Thursday Jan 8 | via WCNC-TV Charlotte 

    Authorities in Union County arrested a man and woman who were involved in a robbery near the Crismark subdivision in Indian Pair arrested after robbing, pistol-whipping man in Union Co. INDIAN TRAIL, N.C. -- Authorities in Union County arrested a man and woman who were involved in a robbery near the Crismark subdivision in Indian Check out this story on WCNC.com: INDIAN TRAIL, N.C. -- Authorities in Union County arrested a man and woman who were involved in a robbery near the Crismark subdivision in Indian Trail last month.

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Indian Trail Law

I have done all my classes and probation...
Yes, it is likely to come up at some point. When it does it would be a good idea to speak with a lawyer about...
Two misdameners
If you are on unsupervised probation then there really is not anyone actively checking to see that you stay out of...
If you have to have an interlock device on your car for a period of time could you not install the device on one vehicle yet use another vehicle for your daily needs? I have heard those things cause engines to stop while you are driving down the highway, doesn't sound very safe to me.
You certainly could do that in order to get the time to start running on the interlock restriction but if you are...
Because of the draconian NC laws regarding DWI I will have to have an interlock ignition device for 3 years, however, there is a strong possibility I may get a job in another state in a few months. Most other states only have 6 months-1 year of interlock. If I move to a different state before the device is required and establish residency in that state then which state laws apply?
If you are planning on getting a license in another state, you should be fine as long as you have paid the...
Because of the draconian NC laws regarding DWI I will have to have an interlock ignition device for 3 years, however, there is a strong possibility I may get a job in another state in a few months. Most other states only have 6 months-1 year of interlock. If I move to a different state before the device is required and establish residency in that state then which state laws apply?
If you are planning on getting a license in another state, you should be fine as long as you have paid the...
Last April while I was still 18, I was cited for 'consumption of alcohol <19' I accidentaly showed up late for court and after sitting there for hours waiting for my name to be called, I was taken into custody, processed, and charged with failure to appear. I was able to make bail and be released that night, but now I am very worried about my next court date in a few weeks. What is the most likely scenario/outcome and what are my best options going forward?
You should get an attorney. It shouldn't cost too much for a small matter like this.
Back in January of this year (2014) I was stopped and given a citation for DWLR. Though the officer could've arrested me, he didn't. My license was suspended due to being charged with a DWI which was dismissed, but the revocation was still on my record. I was given a court date and forgot about it. When I appeared for my next Mecklenburg county court date I was arrested for FTA. I paid a bondsman and was released from jail 12 hours later. I was told at the time that if I missed court again I wouldn't be allowed to bond out and I'd be stuck in jail until my next court date. I diligently went to my next three court dates and got a public defender. Since I'd already paid $2000 for a lawyer in Mecklenburg county, I didn't have a lot of money to spend on another lawyer. I was supposed to go to court yesterday morning (Dec 2nd) and completely forgot until I was leaving for work around 4pm (I work nights). Honestly I didn't realize that it was even December, I've been so sick for the past month and laying in bed in pain that I don't remember most of November. There isn't a real excuse though, I know that my irresponsibility has really cost me this time. I thought I'd learned my lesson, but I just can't seem to get on top of things right now. My questions are: -my PD has offered to go before a judge and ask him to strike the warrant. Is there any chance of this working since I've had a previous FTA on this same case? -If I'm arrested on the warrant, how long am I likely to wait in jail? -Is it possible that I'll be allowed to bond out? -We had already discussed pleading guilty, so if I were to do that is there any way to avoid jail or shorten my stay? I have already asked my PD most of these questions, but she really didn't seem to care very much or be very knowledgeable about the situation.
Have your PD try to quash the warrant, it certainly couldn't hurt to try.