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 [...]
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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, [...]
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 [...]
Attorneys: Devon Senges, Dmitry Vinogradsky Type of Case: Citizenship Case Result: US Citizenship Approved! Location: North Carolina Immigration Attorneys Devon Senges and Dmitry Vinogradsky 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. Attorney Dmitry Vinogradsky [...]
Charges: Obtaining Property by False Pretenses Case Result: Dismissal of all 5 felony charges County: Stokes Attorney: Luis Maradiaga 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 [...]
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 [...]
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). [...]
Is cohabitation before marriage illegal in NC? Yes, cohabitation before marriage is still technically illegal in North Carolina. North Carolina general statute 14-184 states: "If any man and woman, not being married to each other, shall lewdly and lasciviously associate, bed and cohabit together, they shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor." [...]
Family law attorney, Jessica Culver, recently won two Contempt hearings against the same father – one in custody court and one in child support court. Child Support Contempt Hearing In the child support matter, Jessica Culver won the Show Cause Motion by showing that the father had not paid any of the ordered child support [...]
We're excited to announce a Dummit Fradin attorney has received a Super Lawyers Award for 2019. Congratulations to Jessica Culver! We're beyond proud of your accomplishments and honored that you make part of the Dummit Fradin team. According to Super Lawyers, "Every year, Super Lawyers evaluates lawyers across the country for its annual list of [...]