North Carolina DMV to begin charging for hearings.

Beginning in January 2018, DMV plans to assess fees for driver’s license revocation or reinstatement hearings, and it has been rumored that the fees may be as high as $450. This includes restoration hearings after a Permanent DWI revocation, restoration hearings after a 2-year revocation after 2 DWIs within 3 years, Refusal hearings if a [...]

North Carolina DMV to begin charging for hearings. 2017-10-10T20:11:24+00:00

Support DACA – (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)

Support DACA In summary, this is what we know about the DACA Rescindment Announcement and Memo issued by the Department of Homeland Security:   1) No new initial applications will be permitted after today, September 5, 2017. 2) Initial applications submitted prior to today will be processed. 3) Currently pending renewal apps will be processed. [...]

Support DACA – (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) 2017-09-14T13:34:52+00:00

Fiesta 2017  The Hispanic League is hosting the "25th Anniversary" Fiesta festival in Downtown Winston-Salem  Saturday, September 23rd, 2017. Don't miss the "Magnifico Mile" aka the Running of the Bulls and Fun Run starting at 8 am. For more information please visit the www.hispanicleague.org.  

2017-08-30T17:39:49+00:00

Victory – Won Motion to Modify Custody

Attorney Megan Spidell represented a mother in Davidson County who wished to modify her custody order to allow her to relocate to another state pursuant to her new husband’s military orders. At trial, Attorney Spidell advocated on behalf of her client and the judge allowed the mother to modify the custody order so that she [...]

Victory – Won Motion to Modify Custody 2017-08-28T15:21:48+00:00

What is Considered a Vehicle for Purposes of a DWI?

Did you know under North Carolina law a person can be charged with a DWI, even if they are not necessarily driving a car. YES, you could be charged with a DWI without ever going near a car! It often comes as a surprise to many residents, but you can be charged with a DWI [...]

What is Considered a Vehicle for Purposes of a DWI? 2017-08-11T17:53:31+00:00

Charlotte City Council repeals controversial crowd control ordinance

The Charlotte City Council met on Monday, July 17th, 2017 and repealed a controversial crowd-control ordinance, which was passed 5 years ago before the Democratic National Convention in 2012. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney and city staff agreed the ordinance is no longer needed.  He told City Council that his officers need to focus [...]

Charlotte City Council repeals controversial crowd control ordinance 2017-08-11T17:53:38+00:00

Dummit Fradin Represents Plaintiffs in Police Misconduct Case

Dummit Fradin recently received media attention in a case involving five Kernersville police officers who violated the constitutional rights of a Surry County couple. The lawsuit, which was filed in July 2014, alleged that the five police officers assaulted, arrested, and seized $4,000 from one plaintiff, and then seized $16,000 from the other plaintiff, all [...]

Dummit Fradin Represents Plaintiffs in Police Misconduct Case 2017-06-23T13:43:00+00:00

Dummit Fradin Hosts 6th District Congressional Candidate Mark Walker

On Thursday morning, Dummit Fradin's Greensboro office hosted a meet-and-greet for 6th District Congressional Candidate Mark Walker. Mark Walker, a Republican from Greensboro, addressed those in attendance about his decision to run for election despite not having been a career politician. Mr. Walker also spoke about his desire to increase the opportunities available to small [...]

Dummit Fradin Hosts 6th District Congressional Candidate Mark Walker 2017-06-23T13:45:46+00:00