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…

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My Kid Got a Speeding Ticket. What Do I Do Next?

It happens to a lot of teenage drivers. Getting their first speeding ticket can surely be a teachable moment. But there are also some unfortunate consequences that go along with it, like points against their driver’s license and increased insurance rates for you to pay. However, you may be able to avoid them by hiring…

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DUI Checkpoints: Understanding the Basics

DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) checkpoints are becoming more and more common. They are now legal in 39 states, North Carolina being one of them. A DUI or DWI checkpoint is a designated spot where police stop vehicles in order to catch people drinking and driving. While these checkpoints are…