The Family Court office does not give legal advice. It is important for you to hire an experienced attorney who is familiar with the process. Wake County is one of the few jurisdictions in the State to have specialized rules and procedures for Family Court. In fact, Wake County Family Court has local rules that all litigants must follow.
When interviewing an attorney, be sure that they are familiar with Wake County’s local rules and family court judges. All parties in cases involving child custody are required to participate in custody mediation unless specifically excused by the judge.
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – A Cary man who was arrested after shots were fired at the Wake County Public Safety Center in Raleigh now faces a federal charge for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, the United States Department of Justice said Thursday.
Willie Lee Hayes Jr., 49, was charged Wednesday with attempted murder of a deputy and kidnapping a person at least 16 years old, according to warrants obtained Wednesday. Hayes’ federal charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.
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MacGilvray was taken into custody at the courthouse by Wake Deputy D.A. Taylor shortly after the theft was reported, according to records at the City County Bureau of Identification. The sheriff’s office declined to comment Tuesday, but security guards working at the Salisbury Street entrance of the courthouse said Jeffreys dropped his wallet ...
The guards said Jeffreys was able to tell sheriff’s deputies the exact amount of cash that was in the wallet and the precise number of denominations. MacGilvray was licensed to practice law in North Carolina on Aug. 28, 2013, according to the North Carolina State Bar.
The security guards said cameras installed in an elevator captured MacGilvray later opening the wallet and, after noting that it was full of cash, putting it back into his pocket.