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Aggravating and Mitigating Factors in DWI Cases

Every DWI case has a unique set of facts. In each case, there are often aggravating factors and mitigating factors. Aggravating factors increase the severity of the consequences, while mitigating factors reduce the severity of the consequences. Aggravating Factors Grossly Aggravating Factors Grossly aggravating factors are very serious. The presence of a grossly aggravating factor means being convicted of at least a Level 2 DWI. A prior DWI conviction within the past 7 years A …

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Steps To Take When A Young Driver Gets a Traffic Ticket

Your teen could face serious penalties by receiving a traffic citation in North Carolina. This can include a fine and suspension or revocation of their driver’s license. In addition, points may be added to their driving record and you will likely have increased insurance costs. The consequences of a traffic ticket can be reduced by taking these steps. Important Steps to Take If Your Teen Receives a Traffic Ticket It can be very stressful for …

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