Woody White Law PLLC
Phone 910-338-4900
Toll Free 866-677-8525

January 2017 Archives

North Carolina men among 273 issued executive pardons

In one of his last acts as President of the United States, Barack Obama pardoned or commuted the sentences of 273 federal prisoners, including 14 North Carolina men. One North Carolina man was granted a pardon and 13 others will be freed early. All of the men were incarcerated for nonviolent narcotics offenses. President Obama issued the pardons and commutations on Jan. 17.

Facing drug trafficking charges in North Carolina

North Carolina has some of the nation's strictest narcotics laws, and individuals who are convicted of selling or distributing large amounts of illegal drugs or their related paraphernalia face mandatory minimum custodial sentences just as they do under federal law. If you are facing serious charges like drug trafficking, you may wish to consult with one of our attorneys who has experience in this area and who understands how state and federal prosecutors approach their cases.

3 main types of false confessions

When a crime has been committed, law enforcement officers are not always unbiased when it comes to questioning someone they believe is guilty. It may seem insane that an individual would confess to a crime they did not commit, but yo u can never underestimate the tactics used by police to interrogate a subject and get a confession. When it comes to false confessions or incriminating statements made under duress, your future could be at stake.

3 people accused of trafficking in opiates

Three North Carolina residents were accused of distributing opiates on Dec. 29 after Moore County Sheriff's deputies stopped their car. Deputies allegedly witnessed a drug deal in a Seven Springs Food Lion parking lot before they conducted the traffic stop. When the car was searched, deputies allegedly found 119 Oxycodone pills along with $724 in cash.

Email Us For A Response

Contact Our firm

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

  • Avvo Rating | Top Attorney
  • Business North Carolina's Legal Elite
  • AV
  • North Carolina Advocates For Justice
  • Super Lawyers
  • Board certified Specialist | North Carolina State Bar

Office Location

Woody White Law PLLC
2004 Eastwood Road, Suite 201
Wilmington, NC 28403

Toll Free: 866-677-8525
Phone: 910-338-4900
Wilmington Law Office Map

Woody White Law PLLC