Greensboro Case Results2019-09-24T14:15:31-04:00

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Case Results in the Greensboro Area

Disclaimer: The facts and circumstances of each case are different as such each case must be evaluated upon the unique  circumstances and facts. The results summarized here are not necessarily representative of the results obtained in all cases.

Dismissed – Domestic Violence 50B

Our client in Greensboro was wrongfully restrained from his family with a Domestic Violence Restraining Order or 50B was reunited with them today after our Attorney showed that he was and had never been a threat to his family.

Victory – Marital Assets Protected

Our attorney won a Motion for Temporary Restraining Order in Greensboro, protecting our client’s marital assets and allowing him sole possession of the marital residence and custody of the minor child.

DWI While Parked in a Driveway – Dismissed

Criminal defense attorney, Patrick Apple, helped a client fight a DWI charge in Greensboro, NC. Our client was charged with a DWI while parked in a driveway. If convicted, our client was facing a minimum sentence of 24 hours in jail, loss of driving privileges, a substantial increase in insurance premiums over the next five years, supervised probation, and significant costs and penalties among other things. Getting Charged with DWI While Parked Around midnight, police responded to a call reporting suspicious people walking in the woods near a neighborhood in Greensboro, NC. The police were unable to corroborate the allegations of suspicious persons. But, immediately after responding to the call they spotted our client driving from one driveway to another. Our client parked and turned off his vehicle's lights. The client traveled only a distance of 100 yards. Greensboro law enforcement ran our client's license plate and found [...]

Dismissed – 50B Domestic Violence Protective Order

A Dummit Fradin criminal lawyer defended a Greensboro client against a Domestic Violence Protective Order in Guilford County. The client’s girlfriend had taken out a restraining order in an attempt to end the relationship because she had a new boyfriend. The judge, after hearing the evidence, dismissed the restraining order. The client was also in the process of obtaining United States Citizenship and any restraining order or criminal charges could hinder that process. Contact a Criminal Lawyer in Guilford County Our criminal lawyers in Guilford County have years of experience handling Domestic Violence Protective Orders. Contact us today to have your case heard by an experienced lawyer in Greensboro, NC.

Settlement – Wrongful Termination

Our legal team negotiated a $28,000.00 settlement with the City of Reidsville after his client was terminated while on medical leave under FMLA.

Not Guilty – Driving While Impaired Greensboro, NC

A client came to us in Greensboro charged with a Driving While Impaired (DWI) . The DWI charge occurred in the middle of the night after the client left work. Our legal team tried the case to verdict. After showing that the stop was unreasonable, and the officer detained our client for an unreasonable length of time, the judge found our client Not Guilty.

Motion for Appropriate Relief Granted in Guilford County

Our client, like many others, got a dreaded speeding ticket in Guilford County. Unfortunately, Guilford County has a new policy that makes it difficult to get a reduction on any speeding charge where the top speed is over 90 miles per hour. So, our client hired legal counsel. Attempting a Prayer for Judgement Continued Her previous lawyer helped her get a Prayer for Judgement Continued. This is a motion unique to North Carolina that allows people with traffic violations to plead guilty to an offense and ask for a Prayer for Judgement from the judge. If the judge grants the Prayer for Judgement, the offense is not entered against the defendant. It is still documented, but points are not added to the person's driving record. However, one caveat is that there's a limit to the number of Prayers for Judgement a judge can grant per household. And, the [...]

Victory – Fathers’ Visitation Restored

Our Dummit Fradin family law attorney won a Motion for Contempt in Greensboro and restored visitation of a one-year-old baby to her father. What is a Motion for Contempt? After a final court order in a family law case, both parties must abide by the agreed terms in the court order. If either party refuses or fails to comply with any portion of the court order, the second party can file a motion for contempt. The motion basically forces the non-compliant party to abide by the court order or they could face jail time or fines. To find out if this strategy could in your individual case, speak with one of our experienced family law attorneys today!

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