Opioid Settlement Underway

Attorney Don Vaughan has worked with a team of attorneys to assemble a mass tort action across the State of North Carolina in the upcoming opioid settlement. According to an interview Vaughan gave The Mountaineer, “This is a very large case with multiple parties as plaintiffs and as defendants. Hopefully, we’re getting to the 9th…

Governor Cooper Commutes Sentence of April Barber

Don Vaughan, who is known throughout North Carolina for his work on clemency, recently received news that the Governor commuted the sentence of April Barber, a case that Vaughan took up seven years ago. Vaughan filed a petition with the Governor’s office on behalf of his client, April Barber. “After reviewing April’s case file, it…

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DWI Lawyer in Greensboro NC

If you have been charged with a DWI (driving while intoxicated) otherwise known as a DUI (driving under the influence), you face a multitude of serious consequences. The court could penalize you with fines, community service, or even jail time. Whether this is your first offense or you’ve been arrested before, hiring an experienced North…

Attorney Don Vaughan in the News

Can you claim a religious exemption in the workplace for the COVID-19 vaccine? Attorney Don Vaughan is an adjunct law professor at Wake Forest University. CBS17 News recently sat down with Vaughan to learn more about the legal aspects in claiming a religious exemption in the workplace. Watch full story here. Russ Bowen  Sep 23,…

A Good Case for Clemency

Ten years ago, I represented Janet Danahey in her clemency petition. May this tragedy never happen again. The full story in the Greensboro News and Record can be seen by clicking here. As quoted, “Was she a good case for clemency? Yes,” Vaughan said.

Susie's Law - preventing animal abuse

Wake Forest University School of Law: Adjunct Professor Don Vaughan (’79) discusses ‘Susie’s Law’ animal abuse law in News & Record article

Adjunct Professor Don Vaughan (’79)  was a leading advocate for Susie’s Law, an animal abuse law that went into effect four years ago, and Vaughan has used Susie’s Law at Wake Forest University School of Law and at Elon University School of Law to show students how a bill is made. Previous reports from WRAL cite…