Living in the Future

Where to begin? Since our last blog submission, the world has gone from the beginning of a pandemic scare, to a world on fire. Writing this on the 19th Anniversary of 9/11, the red-lined acceleration of world changes since that infamous day feels only that much more prescient over the course of...

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COURTS OPEN THIS WEEK

After careful consideration by our state and local court leaders, North Carolina Courts resume an abridged but steady course of business this week—June 1, 2020. Judges, the District Attorney’s Office, Court personnel, County leaders, and Sheriffs and law enforcement, have worked very hard to establish procedures to keep you and others safe. ...

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When will Courts Reopen?

We would love to use this Blog entry to give you an update as to when courts will reopen, when defendants can face trial or resolve matters, when domestic situations can be worked out or at least litigated before a judge, when property disputes can be settled, damages ordered, and wills and...

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The Places Jaheim Will Go

This is the time of year when typically, bookstores cannot keep Dr. Seuss’s iconic and timeless tale Oh, the places You’ll Go on the shelves.  They are, for good reason, a go to gift for a young high school graduate setting out to face adulthood and all the peaks and valleys that come...
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Travel Laws and Reminders

Synonymous with summer time is traveling, whether it's for vacation or to visit family the warmer weather always leads to more people on the road. This makes it the perfect time to review travel laws and other reminders for instate, interstate or international travel. Instate For our North Carolina natives it's sometimes easy to forget the...
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Tom Wilson receives NC Legal Specialization

Congratulations to Thomas R. Wilson, who was certified by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization on November 21, 2016 in the area of Federal and State Criminal Law. Tom is one of only 52 attorneys across the state who met all of the state requirements to receive the NC Legal Specialization...
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Judge Kenneth F. Crow joins GreeneWilsonCrow, P.A.

Kenneth F.  Crow ("Ken") was born in Raleigh, North Carolina. He is a graduate of Apex High School, UNC-Chapel Hill and Campbell University Law School. Ken served the State of North Carolina for 25 years before his recent retirement. After law school, Ken worked over 3 years as an Assistant District Attorney prosecuting felonies...
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NC Passes Nearly 50 New Laws: Are You Up to Date?

October may have ushered in a bit of cooler weather and colorful leaves, but the month also brought about nearly 50 new laws passed by the General Assembly and signed by Governor Pat McCrory during a recent legislative session. The new laws cover a wide variety of topics and have implications for all citizens. Provided...
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