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Employee Spotlight: Tylisa Crawford

By  Phillips And Mccrea |   | Posted in " Business Law, Criminal Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Immigration Law, Personal Injury, Traffic Law "

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Meet Tylisa Crawford, Paralegal and Personal Injury Attorney at Phillips and McCrea. Tylisa started her career at Phillips and McCrea a year ago and has a bright future ahead.


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Top Five Things To Look For When Hiring A Lawyer

By  Phillips And Mccrea |   | Posted in " Business Law, Criminal Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Immigration Law, Personal Injury, Traffic Law "

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It’s impossible to predict when tragedy will strike like in the case of car accidents, injury from medical malpractices, or custody struggles. Fighting legal battles related to these matters can get emotional and messy, but with the help of the right law firm, you can sail smoothly through the trying times.


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What Makes Phillips and McCrea, PLLC Stand Out

By  Phillips And Mccrea |   | Posted in " Business Law, Criminal Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Immigration Law, Personal Injury, Traffic Law "

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Thanks for stopping by our blog. If you’re looking for more information about Phillips and McCrea, PLLC, you’ve come to the right place.


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Two New Stricter Immigration Laws That Could Affect You

By  Phillips And Mccrea |   | Posted in " Business Law, Criminal Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Immigration Law, Personal Injury, Traffic Law "

Two New Stricter Immigration Laws That Could Affect You

The United States is a nation of immigrants and it has long been the history of this country to generously take in “the huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” However, over the past few years, the immigration laws of the United States have grown increasingly difficult to understand and navigate.


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What Our Customers are Saying About Us

By  Phillips And Mccrea |   | Posted in " Business Law, Criminal Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Immigration Law, Personal Injury, Traffic Law "

What Our Customers are Saying About Us

At Phillips and McCrea, PLLC, we’re proud of the work that we do. But, instead of telling you why our customers love us, we’ll let them do the talking! Here’s what some of our customers are saying about us lately:


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Owner Spotlight: Michael Phillips

By  Michael Phillips |   | Posted in " Business Law, Criminal Law, Disability, Estate Planning, Family Law, Immigration Law, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Traffic Law "

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I grew up in Charleston, South Carolina. I studied at the University of South Carolina at Columbia. There I found rich opportunities for personal growth. I was President of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. This experience was invaluable in my leadership development.


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Summer’s over; don’t be a dummy

By  Mark Lawson |   | Posted in " Attorney, bus, car, crime, Criminal Law, driving, felony, fine, law, Lawyer, license, lights, misdemeanor, north carolina, passing, penalty, school, school bus, school zone, sign, speed, speeding, stop, stopped, traffic, Traffic Law, zone "

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Several school districts in the Charlotte metro area head back to school this Monday morning.  But many drivers are unaware that they need to pay more attention during the school year than during the summer break. School buses are everywhere, as are School Zones.


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Share the Road and Share the Love

By  Mark Lawson |   | Posted in " bicycles, motor vehicles, passing, Traffic Law "

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As Charlotte and the rest of the state becomes more cyclist friendly, the number of bicycles on the road will undoubtedly increase.  The North Carolina General Assembly has just made some important changes to laws concerning cyclist safety.  These new changes don’t impose any significant inconvenience on motorists, and they will definitely make the road safer for cyclists.


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Don’t Delay, Expunge Today

By  Mark Lawson |   | Posted in " conviction, crime, Criminal Law, criminal record, Driving under the influence, driving while impaired, DWI, dwi law, expunction, expunge, expungement, traffic, Traffic Law "

A recent change in North Carolina law has restricted who is eligible for expunctions of convictions older than 15 years. If you were convicted of DWI over 15 years ago, you have until December 1, 2015 to file your petition to have that conviction expunged from your criminal record. Any petitions for DWI expunctions filed after that date will not be granted, and any DWI convictions less than 15 years old will not be eligible for expunction. Recently the General Assembly has focused its efforts on punishing DWI offenders, so do not expect this change to be repealed anytime soon. Any……

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Roll, Roll, Roll Your Coal

By  Mark Lawson |   | Posted in " crime, Criminal Law, emissions, pollution, traffic, Traffic Law "

One highly particularized automotive subculture for diesel pickup trucks has produced the phenomenon of “rolling coal” or “coal rolling.” For the uninitiated, diesel truck owners modify their on-board computers and exhaust systems to cause the vehicle to run an ultra-rich fuel-to-air mixture (i.e. feeding more diesel fuel into the engine than normal). The result is a thick belching of dark black smoke from the exhaust pipes – often directed at hybrid- and electric-powered cars. The State of New Jersey, through Gov. Chris Christie’s signature, has just enacted a ban on this exact modification of diesel trucks. This sounds like a win……

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