Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) December 26, 2008
William Fay, the driving force behind a leading DWI Raleigh law firm, recently took time out of his busy schedule to participate in a community forum on state government and corrections for the new Governor-elect. By participating in this forum, William Fay was able to provide his legal expertise to help Governor-elect Bev Purdue transition to office.
Governor-elect Purdue asked William Fay, along with other legal and governmental experts, to attend these forums in an effort to hear all sides of public input. The meeting focused on 14 critical areas of state government. Fay and others took the time to lend their expertise to the discussion in order to produce a series of state government policy recommendations, which will be submitted to the Governor-elect. Now the Governor-elect will have the expertise and guidance to help make policy decisions after transitioning into office.
William Fay and the others who participated in this series of meetings had the opportunity to get involved in their community and state government. As a criminal defense attorney, Fay brought more than just the knowledge of a DWI attorney. Raleigh, NC lawyers working at his firm offer legal counsel with numerous types of criminal offense cases that range from traffic law to immigration law.
The Community Forum meetings on Department of Corrections took place at the Department of Transportation in Raleigh, North Carolina. The discussions that took place during the forums will be used to produce a series of state government policy recommendations to be submitted to Governor-elect Perdue.
For more information about the Law Offices of William Fay and their criminal defense attorney Raleigh, NC services, go to http://www.williamfay.com.
About the Law Offices of William L. Fay:
Attorney William Fay is a graduate of Saint Louis University School of Law, where he finished 6th in his class of 312 students, was an editor for Law Review, and received five Academic Excellence Awards. The focus of his practice is criminal defense in Wake County, North Carolina. He has been certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in Standardized Field Sobriety Test Administration. These are the tests that officers use in the field to determine whether a driver is appreciably impaired, and is often the most compelling evidence used against a defendant in a court of law. Detailed knowledge of the reliability of these tests and more importantly the proper administration and interpretation of these tests can be the difference between an acquittal and a conviction. William Fay has represented thousands of clients in DWI, DUI, Criminal Defense, Traffic Tickets, and Immigration Law cases in the courts of North Carolina and will fight to make sure your rights are protected.