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Working Mother Secures Alimony for 7 Years

Attorney: Jaylyn Noble Type of Case: Equitable Distribution, Alimony, Child Custody, and Child Support. Case Result: Consent Order resolving all issues County: Guilford County Family attorney Jaylyn Noble recently helped a working mother in Greensboro who separated from her husband back in 2016. Our client and her husband did not file this action in court [...]

Working Mother Secures Alimony for 7 Years2020-01-29T08:53:09-05:00

Rape Charges Dropped Against College Student

Attorney: Patrick Apple Type of Case: Criminal Pre-Charge on Felony Rape Accusation Case Result: Rape Charges Dropped County: Guilford County A young college-aged man was contacted by law enforcement. They asked to speak to him about a serious accusation from a young college-aged woman. The woman had filed a complaint with the police that our [...]

Rape Charges Dropped Against College Student2019-12-31T12:31:47-05:00

An Unexpected DWI Refusal Hearing Win

Type of Case: DWI Refusal Hearing at the DMV Case Result: Hearing Won! Attorney: Clarke Dummit When our firm takes on DWI defense cases we often look for the needle in the haystack. Many times, we find it and many times we don’t. Occasionally we find a defense we were not expecting, and a [...]

An Unexpected DWI Refusal Hearing Win2020-02-06T16:48:43-05:00

Client Wins Driver’s License Restoration Hearing

Type of Case: DMV Driver's License Restoration Hearing Result: License Reinstated Attorney: Clarke Dummit Dummit Fradin senior attorney Clarke Dummit represented a client on a driver's license restoration hearing at the DMV. Our client had his driver's license revoked for many years because of over 8 DWIs. Last year he had a DMV hearing for [...]

Client Wins Driver’s License Restoration Hearing2020-01-24T15:23:23-05:00

Dummit Fradin Attorneys to Teach 2 CLE Seminars in December

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) is professional education for attorneys after their initial admission to the bar. In North Carolina, attorneys are required to complete 12 credit hours every year. This not only keeps attorneys up-to-date on changes in the legal field, but it also helps them offer their clients quality legal defense. At Dummit Fradin, [...]

Dummit Fradin Attorneys to Teach 2 CLE Seminars in December2019-12-02T17:23:10-05:00

Single Mother Denied Asylum Gets Chance to Appeal

Attorney: Devon Senges Type of Case: Fourth Circuit Petition for Review Case Result: Remanded to the Board of Immigration Appeals for Further Consideration One of our immigration clients is a single mother who was extorted and threatened by gang members in her home country. She submitted voluminous evidence to support her claim for asylum that [...]

Single Mother Denied Asylum Gets Chance to Appeal2019-11-13T16:30:37-05:00

2 Clients Ace the US Citizenship Test

Attorneys: Devon Senges Type of Case: Citizenship Case Result: US Citizenship Approved! Location: North Carolina Immigration Attorneys Devon Senges helped two clients successfully navigate the US Citizenship application and interview process. Both were granted US Citizenship after successful interviews - one on Monday and one on Tuesday. Citizenship Approved for Client on his Birthday For [...]

2 Clients Ace the US Citizenship Test2020-02-21T08:30:30-05:00

5 Counts of Obtaining Property by False Pretenses Dismissed

Charges: Obtaining Property by False Pretenses Case Result: Dismissal of all 5 felony charges County: Stokes What Happened One of our clients was facing 5 counts of obtaining property by false pretenses. Due to factors outside of her control, our client's business dissolved. So our client was out of work, but the State was trying [...]

5 Counts of Obtaining Property by False Pretenses Dismissed2020-01-20T09:21:06-05:00

Fighting for Asylum Rights during a Trump Presidency

By Devon Senges, Immigration Attorney at Dummit Fradin Leer versión en español I spent a week volunteering at the Mexican-U.S. border, working alongside other attorneys who came from all over the country to help people asking for protection in the United States. U.S. Federal law provides several forms of protection for people who are fleeing [...]

Fighting for Asylum Rights during a Trump Presidency2019-11-04T11:28:40-05:00

Federal Judge Counters Trump’s Public Charge Rule

By Devon Senges, Immigration Attorney at Dummit Fradin Leer versión en español For decades, the United States has denied permanent residency to anyone likely to rely primarily upon the government for their main source of support. This is the “public charge” bar to residency and is currently codified in the Immigration Nationality Act section 212(a)(4). [...]

Federal Judge Counters Trump’s Public Charge Rule2019-11-04T10:50:45-05:00
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