The criminal justice system is built upon a solid foundation of case and constitutional law. The specific application of the law is where a good criminal defense attorney is critical. Read more.

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Your Common North Carolina DUI/DWI Law Questions Answered By Knox Law Center in Charlotte, NC

The best thing you can do when being pulled over is take a deep breath and remember these 5 tips…

Charlotte-Mecklenburg traffic court can be treacherous for unwary. Our Charlotte criminal defense lawyers can help.

Knox Law Center is proud to announce our very own attorney Michael Knox has formally launched his election bid to the district court in Cabarrus County. Mr. Knox is running for a judicial seat in District 19A. About Attorney Michael Knox Born and raised in Davidson, Michael Knox began his legal career in Cabarrus County…

North Carolina’s DWI laws are among the toughest in the nation and new laws are increasing DWI punishments.

Significant changes in Sex Offender Laws in North Carolina have been recently made and a new crime has been created.

The new bill requires owners of dogs deemed dangerous to prove financial responsibility in the case their dog injures someone.

If You Are Starting Your Own Business, Some Things You Should Know by Lisa Godfrey Should I incorporate? There are three reasons why you might want to incorporate your small business. First, if you have one or more partners, it is advisable to own a business as a corporate entity. Second, a corporation will limit…

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