Beaufort County, NC Criminal Lawyers

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Darrell B. Cayton
DUI-DWI, Divorce, Defect and Lemon Law, Car Accident, Social Security -- Disability
407 N. Market Street,
Washington, NC 27889, Beaufort County
Michael Anthony Holloman, Government Attorney
2Nd Prosecutorial District, P.O. Drawer 1705
Washington, NC 27889, BEAUFORT County
Edwin M. Hardy
Bankruptcy, Family Law, Criminal, Corporate, Trusts
131 N. Market St, P. O. Box 488
Washington, NC 27889, BEAUFORT County
Sonia M. Privette
Criminal, Personal Injury, Wills & Probate
110 S. Respess St.,
Washington, NC 27889, BEAUFORT County
Hallett Sydney Ward
Criminal, Traffic
206 W. 11Th Street,
Washington, NC 27889, BEAUFORT County
Keith D. Fox
Criminal, Divorce & Family Law, Traffic
405 N. Market Street,
Washington, NC 27889, Beaufort County
Brian Keith Jones
Criminal, Traffic, Civil Rights, Divorce & Family Law
Mason & Jones, PA, PO Box 1945, 147 N. Market St
Washington, NC 27889, Beaufort County

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Sample NC Criminal Cases

... 1st. Every law that makes an action done before the passing of the law; and which was innocent when done, criminal; and punishes such action. 2d. ... A. Legislative Intent. Whether a statutory scheme is civil or criminal is first of all a question of statutory construction. ...

... For instance, plain error review is available in criminal appeals, Odom, 307 NC at 660, 300 SE2d at 378, for challenges to jury instructions and evidentiary issues, State v. Cummings, 352 NC 600, 613, 536 SE2d 36, 47 (2000), cert. denied, 532 US 997, 121 S.Ct. ...

... Under Terry and subsequent cases, a traffic stop is permitted if the officer has a "reasonable, articulable suspicion that criminal activity is afoot." Illinois v. Wardlow, 528 US 119, 123, 120 S.Ct. 673, 675, 145 L.Ed.2d 570, 576 (2000). ...

... While oral notice of appeal is proper in "criminal action[s,]" as permitted under NCRApp. ... Our Court has held that SBM hearings and proceedings are not criminal actions, but are instead a "civil regulatory scheme[.]" State v. Bare, ___ NCApp. ...

... Generally, appeals based upon "errors committed in criminal trials and proceedings" are governed by Article 91 of Chapter 15A, the Criminal Procedure Act. NC Gen.Stat. § 15A-1401 (2007). Appellate jurisdiction in criminal ...