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DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED – Defining “Driving”

As always, we begin our analysis by reviewing the relevant law, N.C.G.S. 20-138.1: “A person commits the offense of Impaired Driving if he drives any vehicle upon any highway, any street, or any public vehicular area within this state: While under

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DRUGGED DRIVING IN NORTH CAROLINA

Drugged Driving – or Drug DWI – is a form of “Impaired Driving,” under N.C.G.S. 20-138.1. This is the same law that the State uses to convict drunk drivers. In other words, the same law governs drunk driving and drugged driving. But, operating under the influence of drugs, and operating under the influence of alcohol, are two very different things.

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FLETCHER LEGAL IS A CHARLOTTE-BASED LAW PRACTICE DEDICATED TO HELPING OUR CLIENTS NAVIGATE BOTH THE JUDICIAL PROCESS, AND LIFE’S MOST DIFFICULT MOMENTS. We constantly push the limits of what’s possible when it comes to integrating technology into solo practice with the goal of reducing client fees and expanding access to law. We believe in treating people the way we want to be treated.

WE FIRMLY BELIEVE THAT RESULTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES, BUT RESULTS AREN’T EVERYTHING. We believe that relationships are key, and we only accept clients that we feel we can have a successful partnership with to reach the best results. We believe that legal emergencies rarely occur during business hours, and that it is essential for clients to have Attorney Fletcher’s personal cell phone number.

WE ACCEPT CLIENTS, NOT CASES, AND WE GO WHERE WE ARE NEEDED, ACROSS ALL 100 NORTH CAROLINA COUNTIES. We stick to what we’re good at, continually pushing the envelope and streamlining process steps. We always set our clients up for the best possible outcome.

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TYPES OF NORTH CAROLINA EXPUNGEMENTS

EXPUNGEMENTS ARE CREATED BY STATE STATUTE. Expungements are governed by state law; specifically: Article 5, Chapter 15A of the North Carolina General Statutes. A good way of understanding Expungement law is that, by default, when a person is either charged or convicted of any crime, that record will appear on that person’s criminal background report forever, unless the state allows a person to expunge it. The law must specifically allow a person to expunge something – no right to expunge exists. However, several North Carolina laws create several expunctions under which a “Petitioner” may file.

NEITHER THIS LISTING NOR THIS WEBSITE ATTEMPT TO EXHAUSTIVELY COVER, IN-DEPTH, EACH OF THE EXPUNGEMENT STATUTES CREATED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Around here, we stick to what we’re good at. What that means in this context is rather than doing a half-way job of listing the roughly twenty different types of Expungements created under North Carolina law, we’ve done some research and determined the most frequently filed Expungement types in North Carolina, based off of several years worth of tracking data. Our goal is to be the very best at the types of Expungements listed below – which the vast majority of people need help with – instead of just being vaguely aware of each and every type of Expungement known to North Carolina law. Just because the specific Expungement you may qualify for is not listed below, does not mean it doesn’t exist. Simply call our office, and one of our Expungement Professionals would be happy to discuss other – perhaps more well suited – expungements based on your particular situation.

WE BELIEVE WE CAN DO THE MOST GOOD BY FOCUSING ON THE EXPUNGEMENTS THAT ARE FILED MOST OFTEN, AFTER HAVING STUDIED EXPUNGEMENT PETITIONERS FILED DURING THE PAST DECADE.  In North Carolina, Expungements generally fall into 1 of five categories. Although this discussion could easily spiral out of control into a very thorough and in-depth legal analysis, we’re going to do our best to simplify – yet clarify – these different expungements the best we possibly can. The five types of Expungements this website will help explain include:

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A District Attorney may dismiss (almost) any criminal charge, at any point during the case, for any reason or for no reason at all (referred to as “prosecutorial discretion”). Many reasons may lead to a voluntary dismissal: perhaps the state believes they have a weak case they cannot prove at trial, perhaps they cannot locate the prosecuting witness, or perhaps the person charged is now in compliance with a minor traffic offense. As long as you haven’t been convicted of a felony, you’re usually able to expunge a dismissed charge. We’ve made the process easier than ever; learn more about expunging a Voluntary Dismissal here, or start expunging a Voluntary Dismissal online now.

Voluntary Dismissals are unconditional, and within the prosecutor's discretion.
A Deferred Dismissal is the result of a "deal" made with the State to dismiss the charges if the person accused stays out of trouble, or completes a period of probation.

Deferred Dismissals are not unconditional. Typically, the state “makes a deal” with a first time offender, a person charged with minor drug possession, or an underage drinker. In exchange for a guaranteed future dismissal, the person charged agrees to complete a period of probation, a drug class, or community service. Convicted felons are barred from expunging Deferred Dismissals from their criminal records. We’ve made the process easier, and less expensive, than ever! Learn more about expunging a Deferred Dismissal here, or begin expunging a Deferred Dismissal online now!

Not Guilty Verdicts, whether obtained from a judge hearing and ruling on a case, or obtained from a jury, may be expunged from a person’s criminal record, as long as that person is not a convicted felon. We’ve made the process of expunging a Not Guilty verdict easier, and less expensive, than ever before! Learn more about expunging a North Carolina Not Guilty Verdict here, or begin your online expungement now!

Judge and Jury Not Guilty verdicts are able to be expunged in North Carolina as long as the Petitioner is not a convicted felon.
Nonviolent Misdemeanor Convictions, except DWI's, can usually be expunged under North Carolina law after 5 years.

North Carolina law allows a person to expunge a misdemeanor conviction that occurred at any age – subject to a few exclusions, conditions, and filing requirements. The conviction must be for a nonviolent offense, meaning that assault cannot be an essential element, and the Petitioner must have waited at least 5 years since they completed their sentence before applying. Learn more about expunging a North Carolina Misdemeanor Conviction here.

What used to be a hard “NO” has turned into a resounding “sometimes…?” North Carolina law now allows a person that has been convicted of a single, nonviolent felony to expunge the conviction from their criminal record, as long as they’ve stayed out of trouble with the law since the offense, waited 10 years before filing, and met a few other qualifying conditions. Learn more about expunging a North Carolina Felony Conviction here.

Nonviolent Class H & I felony convictions may be able to be expunged from a person's criminal background under North Carolina law if the conviction constitutes the person's sole criminal record (excluding traffic offenses), and 10 years have passed since successful sentence completion.
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THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM RARELY SHOWS MERCY TOWARDS THOSE CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED DRIVING. Whether you’ve been accused of Drunk Driving, Drugged Driving, Boating While Impaired, Driving after consuming < 21, or even Driving after consuming lawfully prescribed medication, the consequences are all equally serious. The State will attack you with every tool in their arsenal. If you are found guilty, or plead guilty to Impaired Driving, you’re facing serious, and long-lasting consequences, including:

  • Having a permanent criminal record;

  • Professional License Revocation or Suspension;

  • Expensive Fines;

  • House Arrest;

  • Supervised Probation;

  • Unsupervised Probation;

  • Community Service;

  • Jail or Prison Sentence;

  • CAM (Continuous Alcohol Monitoring) Bracelet;

  • Court Costs;

  • Mandatory Substance Abuse Treatment;

  • Ankle Monitor;

  • Driver’s License Suspension or Revocation.

IMPAIRED DRIVING CHARGES ARE EXTREMELY TECHNICAL, PERHAPS MORE SO THAN MURDER. Driving While Impaired [DWI] (also called Driving Under the Influence [DUI], Drugged Driving [Drug DWI] or simply “Impaired Driving”) are perhaps the most technical crimes in the entire State Code. And beating a DWI charge, contrary to popular belief, has nothing to do with how much you blew, what the cops found in your car, or or whether you were driving on a suspended or valid license. These cases, more so than any other, depend entirely on the most minute of details only a trained professional would possibly recognize.

STALE CASES BECOME HARDER TO DEFEND WITH EVERY PASSING DAY. It’s absolutely critical that you move fast, because over time, your defense becomes increasingly more difficult. Over time, evidence disappears, witnesses move across the country, and video surveillance tapes are deleted to clear hard drive space. As a general rule, the quicker you act, the better odds you have of securing a great outcome.
WE ALWAYS SET OUR CLIENTS UP FOR SUCCESS. Even when it looks like the cards are all stacked against you, we’re frequently able to help our first-time clients obtain Limited Driving Priviliges so that they can drive to school and to work. No matter how bad it looks, with enough time on our side, we’re almost always able to position our clients into the very best of light when they one day appear before a judge. And although every case is factually different, we consistently aim for the best scenario under any given set of facts.
HOW MUCH IS YOUR FUTURE WORTH? Never bargain shop when it comes to your future, your family, or your livelihood! When looking for a DWI attorney, you should have only one hiring criteria on your mind: who can get the job done. And although I would never tell you who to hire or not hire, if you’re able to persuade an attorney to lower his fee for you – who else do you think can persuade that same attorney? How well do you believe they’ll fight for you?

HOW A LAWYER CAN HELP WITH YOUR CRIMINAL CHARGE(S)

SENTENCING. Once you’re past the guilt or innocence phase, and the judge is about to enter judgment, your lawyer has an opportunity to recommend a particular sentence to the court. A good lawyer can clearly and convincingly articulate to the judge why you acted the way you did, what you have done to repair the damage you caused, and any other factors that mitigate your culpability in the offense. Defense Counsel’s primary duty, at this stage, is to seek (and persuade a judge) to sentence the defendant near the minimum sentence. This isn’t always easy; especially when a District Attorney adamantly demands he be sentenced to the max.
MITIGATING FACTORS. An experienced attorney will learn what remedial actions his client has taken pre-trial, and explain how they should mitigate the sentence. Has the defendant voluntarily entered substance abuse treatment after being charged with a DWI/DUI? If so, Counsel should mention that the client sought treatment voluntarily, whether the treatment was inpatient or outpatient, how long the program lasted, whether the client has a sponsor, how many AA or NA meetings a week they attend, and that they just picked up a 90 day chip.

Experienced lawyers know what facts will mitigate the damage at sentencing, and can be the difference between community service and active jail time.

WHERE WE GO: GEOGRAPHIC PRACTICE AREAS

Although we travel across the entire State of North Carolina – to each and every District and Superior Court – we are based in Charlotte. You could say that our home base consists of the following:

Serving: Mecklenburg, Union, Gaston, Cabarrus, Iredell, Rowan, Cleveland, Lincoln, Stanly, Davidson, Catawba, and Anson Counties, as well as Charlotte, Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, Lake Norman, Mooresville, Troutman, Statesville, Matthews, Mint Hill, Harrisburg, Weddington, Waxhaw, Indian Trail, Monroe, Wadesboro, Wingate, Polkton, Concord, Kannapolis, China Grove, Salisbury, Lexington, Thomasville, High Point, Denver, Lincolnton, Newton, Conover, Hickory, Belmont, Lowell, Mt. Holly, Lowesville, Gastonia, Dallas, Bessemer City, Kings Mountain, Shelby, Pineville, Midland, Locust, Albemarle, Rockingham, Asheville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Raleigh, and Wilmington.

FLETCHER LEGAL HELPS CLIENTS JUST LIKE YOU!

SERIOUS CASES REQUIRE SERIOUS REPRESENTATION. If you or someone you know has questions restoring their firearm rights, or to begin the process of restoring your gun rights now, call FLETCHER LEGAL at 704-747-7262, shoot that number a text, step into our virtual lobby for a video call, or book an appointment now for your free case evaluation. Fletcher Legal has helped clients restore North Carolina firearm rights, appeal from pistol purchase denials, and challenge concealed carry decisions. We conduct independent investigations in every case we take, which reduces denials, and ensures a smooth hearing.
VIRTUAL SERVICES REDUCE CLIENT EXPENSES. Schedule an appointment today to speak with Attorney Fletcher, either by video call, text message, or phone call. We offer flexible payment arrangements, independent investigations, and 24 x 7 emergency services. Book an appointment online now to begin building your defense.
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North Carolina Criminal Defense Attorney • Misdemeanors • Felonies • Impaired Driving (DWI / DUI) • Traffic • Drug Crimes • Driver License Restorations
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FLETCHER LEGAL IS A CHARLOTTE-BASED LAW PRACTICE DEDICATED TO HELPING OUR CLIENTS NAVIGATE BOTH THE JUDICIAL PROCESS, AND LIFE’S MOST DIFFICULT MOMENTS. We constantly push the limits of what’s possible when it comes to integrating technology into solo practice with the goal of reducing client fees and expanding access to law. We believe in treating people the way we want to be treated.

WE FIRMLY BELIEVE THAT RESULTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES, BUT RESULTS AREN’T EVERYTHING. We believe that relationships are key, and we only accept clients that we feel we can have a successful partnership with to reach the best results. We believe that legal emergencies rarely occur during business hours, and that it is essential for clients to have Attorney Fletcher’s personal cell phone number.

WE ACCEPT CLIENTS, NOT CASES, AND WE GO WHERE WE ARE NEEDED, ACROSS ALL 100 NORTH CAROLINA COUNTIES. We stick to what we’re good at, continually pushing the envelope and streamlining process steps. We always set our clients up for the best possible outcome.

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SERIOUS. AGGRESSIVE. EXPERIENCED. DEFENSE COUNSEL.

CRIMINAL DEFENSE REPRESENTATION

IT ALWAYS HAPPENS AT THE WORST POSSIBLE TIMES: whether you’ve been wrongfully accused of a crime, been the victim of an illegal search or seizure, or admittedly made a drastic mistake – serious enough to involve the law – having an experienced professional in your corner is a priceless asset.

THE ODDS ARE NOT IN YOUR FAVOR: criminal cases in this state are titled “THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA VERSUS YOU.”

THINK ABOUT THAT FOR JUST A MOMENT. The entire weight of the State – with their endless resources, their salaried, professional witnesses, their teams of trained investigators, officers, legislators, jurists, and taxpayers – all of them are coming after you. It’s an overwhelming, and lonely, experience. 

YOU NEED AN EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL TO FIGHT FOR YOU, to protect your reputation, to make sure both sides of the story are heard, and to conduct an independent investigation on your behalf, rather than simply accepting whatever the State’s investigators claim is true.
IT’S VIRTUALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO MOUNT A SOLID DEFENSE ALONE, especially when you’re having to tell your family, protect your career, your children, your home, and everything you’ve worked for in life. Don’t go at it alone.
YOU DON’T HAVE TO GO IT ALONE! If you have been charged with a crime or traffic offense, you should retain qualified and experienced counsel to protect your rights and ensure that you get a fair outcome. Attorney Derek Fletcher offers free consultations and case reviews. The staff at FLETCHER LEGAL makes themselves available nights, weekends, and remotely, to answer your questions and keep you up to date on your case’s progress.
EXPERIENCED DEFENSE COUNSEL. Attorney Derek R. Fletcher has experience representing people defending a wide variety of criminal cases. He has handled murder, financial crimes, burglary, robbery DWI / DUI, and everything from the lowest traffic tickets to the most serious felonies, including:
  • Drugged Driving;

  • Drunk Driving;

  • Larceny;

  • Embezzlement;

  • Assault;

  • Fraud;

  • Drug Possession;

  • Arson;

  • Bribery;

  • Disorderly Conduct;

  • Traffic Violations;

  • Driving While License Revoked (DWLR);
  • Drug Sale;

  • Drug Trafficking;

  • Domestic Violence;

  • White Collar Crimes;

  • Sex Crimes;

  • Weapons Offenses;

  • Probation Violations;

  • Parole Revocations;

  • Robbery;

  • Burglary;

  • Trespassing;

  • Perjury.
TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. If you’ve been charged with a crime in North Carolina, it’s important to act fast. In order to build your defense, you need professional representation to collect and preserve evidence.
WE OFFER A CLEAR PATH TOWARDS WINNING. Attorney Derek R. Fletcher is an experienced, aggressive, North Carolina lawyer ready and willing to protect your interests. Don’t let another day pass without legal representation: contact us online now to book your free case evaluation. We promise to fight your charges for the best possible outcome. We begin by conducting a client-focused case evaluation, where the goals of representation are discussed, and expectations outlined. We provide you with a clear path forward to reaching the best possible outcome.
IT MAY SEEM LIKE THE ENTIRE WORLD IS OUT TO GET YOUR – BUT NOT THE TEAM HERE AT FLETCHER LEGAL. We’ve represented countless Carolinian’s who’ve found themselves in the exact same predicament. We’ve asked of them the same thing we will ask of you: turn this problem over to us; let us take it from here. I’m asking you to place your trust in myself and Fletcher Legal, and I promise you that I will never have to ask for it again. Don’t go it alone; don’t bargain shop when your freedom is on the line – call an experienced professional who can get the job done right. The quicker you act in a criminal case, the better the outcome you can generally obtain.
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CRIMINAL DEFENSE REPRESENTATION

Many clients don’t realize the serious collateral consequences that oftentimes follow traffic convictions. This includes driver license suspensions, increased insurance premiums, and DMV points. Simply “paying-off” a speeding ticket, or other “waivable” charge, has the same effect as pleading guilty to the crime as-is. Don’t ever plead (or pay-off) a traffic offense without first speaking to an experienced North Carolina traffic attorney.

Driving While Impaired (DWI) is a serious crime that carries mandatory license revocation, and (in the presence of 1 or more grossly aggravating factors) mandatory jail time. At Fletcher Legal, we are frequently able to help clients get their driver license back up until the court date which ultimately resolves the charge. We line our clients up for success: meaning that we are oftentimes able to help clients obtain limited driving privileges, allowing them to get to-and-from work and school. Don’t wait another day – call Fletcher Legal now for your free case analysis.

MISDEMEANORS ∙ DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGES

The vast majority of crimes heard in North Carolina courts are misdemeanors, which appear more than 3 times as often as felonies. Simply being charged with certain domestic violence offenses carries serious reprocussions, including a prohibition on purchasing firearms. If you’ve been charged with Assault on Female, Communicating Threats, Injury to Personal Property, Violating a 50B Order (Domestic violence Restraining Order), or any other domestic violence offense, call Fletcher Legal today for your free case evaluation.

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THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM RARELY SHOWS MERCY TOWARDS THOSE CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED DRIVING. Whether you’ve been accused of Drunk Driving, Drugged Driving, Boating While Impaired, Driving after consuming < 21, or even Driving after consuming lawfully prescribed medication, the consequences are all equally serious. The State will attack you with every tool in their arsenal. If you are found guilty, or plead guilty to Impaired Driving, you’re facing serious, and long-lasting consequences, including:

  • Having a permanent criminal record;

  • Professional License Revocation or Suspension;

  • Expensive Fines;

  • House Arrest;

  • Supervised Probation;

  • Unsupervised Probation;

  • Community Service;

  • Jail or Prison Sentence;

  • CAM (Continuous Alcohol Monitoring) Bracelet;

  • Court Costs;

  • Mandatory Substance Abuse Treatment;

  • Ankle Monitor;

  • Driver’s License Suspension or Revocation.

IMPAIRED DRIVING CHARGES ARE EXTREMELY TECHNICAL, PERHAPS MORE SO THAN MURDER. Driving While Impaired [DWI] (also called Driving Under the Influence [DUI], Drugged Driving [Drug DWI] or simply “Impaired Driving”) are perhaps the most technical crimes in the entire State Code. And beating a DWI charge, contrary to popular belief, has nothing to do with how much you blew, what the cops found in your car, or or whether you were driving on a suspended or valid license. These cases, more so than any other, depend entirely on the most minute of details only a trained professional would possibly recognize.

STALE CASES BECOME HARDER TO DEFEND WITH EVERY PASSING DAY. It’s absolutely critical that you move fast, because over time, your defense becomes increasingly more difficult. Over time, evidence disappears, witnesses move across the country, and video surveillance tapes are deleted to clear hard drive space. As a general rule, the quicker you act, the better odds you have of securing a great outcome.
WE ALWAYS SET OUR CLIENTS UP FOR SUCCESS. Even when it looks like the cards are all stacked against you, we’re frequently able to help our first-time clients obtain Limited Driving Priviliges so that they can drive to school and to work. No matter how bad it looks, with enough time on our side, we’re almost always able to position our clients into the very best of light when they one day appear before a judge. And although every case is factually different, we consistently aim for the best scenario under any given set of facts.
HOW MUCH IS YOUR FUTURE WORTH? Never bargain shop when it comes to your future, your family, or your livelihood! When looking for a DWI attorney, you should have only one hiring criteria on your mind: who can get the job done. And although I would never tell you who to hire or not hire, if you’re able to persuade an attorney to lower his fee for you – who else do you think can persuade that same attorney? How well do you believe they’ll fight for you?

HOW A LAWYER CAN HELP WITH YOUR CRIMINAL CHARGE(S)

SENTENCING. Once you’re past the guilt or innocence phase, and the judge is about to enter judgment, your lawyer has an opportunity to recommend a particular sentence to the court. A good lawyer can clearly and convincingly articulate to the judge why you acted the way you did, what you have done to repair the damage you caused, and any other factors that mitigate your culpability in the offense. Defense Counsel’s primary duty, at this stage, is to seek (and persuade a judge) to sentence the defendant near the minimum sentence. This isn’t always easy; especially when a District Attorney adamantly demands he be sentenced to the max.
MITIGATING FACTORS. An experienced attorney will learn what remedial actions his client has taken pre-trial, and explain how they should mitigate the sentence. Has the defendant voluntarily entered substance abuse treatment after being charged with a DWI/DUI? If so, Counsel should mention that the client sought treatment voluntarily, whether the treatment was inpatient or outpatient, how long the program lasted, whether the client has a sponsor, how many AA or NA meetings a week they attend, and that they just picked up a 90 day chip.

Experienced lawyers know what facts will mitigate the damage at sentencing, and can be the difference between community service and active jail time.

WHERE WE GO: GEOGRAPHIC PRACTICE AREAS

Although we travel across the entire State of North Carolina – to each and every District and Superior Court – we are based in Charlotte. You could say that our home base consists of the following:

Serving: Mecklenburg, Union, Gaston, Cabarrus, Iredell, Rowan, Cleveland, Lincoln, Stanly, Davidson, Catawba, and Anson Counties, as well as Charlotte, Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, Lake Norman, Mooresville, Troutman, Statesville, Matthews, Mint Hill, Harrisburg, Weddington, Waxhaw, Indian Trail, Monroe, Wadesboro, Wingate, Polkton, Concord, Kannapolis, China Grove, Salisbury, Lexington, Thomasville, High Point, Denver, Lincolnton, Newton, Conover, Hickory, Belmont, Lowell, Mt. Holly, Lowesville, Gastonia, Dallas, Bessemer City, Kings Mountain, Shelby, Pineville, Midland, Locust, Albemarle, Rockingham, Asheville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Raleigh, and Wilmington.

FLETCHER LEGAL HELPS CLIENTS JUST LIKE YOU!

SERIOUS CASES REQUIRE SERIOUS REPRESENTATION. If you or someone you know has questions restoring their firearm rights, or to begin the process of restoring your gun rights now, call FLETCHER LEGAL at 704-747-7262, shoot that number a text, step into our virtual lobby for a video call, or book an appointment now for your free case evaluation. Fletcher Legal has helped clients restore North Carolina firearm rights, appeal from pistol purchase denials, and challenge concealed carry decisions. We conduct independent investigations in every case we take, which reduces denials, and ensures a smooth hearing.
VIRTUAL SERVICES REDUCE CLIENT EXPENSES. Schedule an appointment today to speak with Attorney Fletcher, either by video call, text message, or phone call. We offer flexible payment arrangements, independent investigations, and 24 x 7 emergency services. Book an appointment online now to begin building your defense.
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