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    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

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    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

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    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
  • CBD
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
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    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • What COVID-19 Court Closures Mean for Your Case

      If you’re involved in a criminal case in North Carolina, it’s natural to feel confused and overwhelmed under “normal” circumstances. But in light of the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic, the ...

      Read More
    • What Happens if I Miss My Court Date to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?

      The odds are, if you have found this article, that you have a traffic ticket or other criminal case in the North Carolina Court System during the viral pandemic. If you have a pending traffic ticket ...

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    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • The Effect of Heavy Social Media Use on Your North Carolina Criminal Court Case

      Most of us engage with social media every day. However, it is important to remember that whatever you share online is public and can potentially be used against you in a North Carolina criminal court ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Sentences for Convicted Drug Offenders in North Carolina

      North Carolina takes drug offenses extremely seriously. Whether you are convicted of possession, trafficking, manufacturing, or a related drug-crime, you will likely face a harsh sentence. Here, we ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • Do I Need an Attorney to Handle My Traffic Ticket?

      Like most of us, you will probably get pulled over by the police at some point and face a traffic ticket. Whether the traffic offense is something minor like speeding just above the limit or something ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • There are times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.

      We aim to lead in each practice and area of law we work in. Coming from in-depth understanding of the law and the industry, capitalizing on extensive experience, we provide hands-on advice that speaks ...

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    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Sentences for Convicted Drug Offenders in North Carolina

      North Carolina takes drug offenses extremely seriously. Whether you are convicted of possession, trafficking, manufacturing, or a related drug-crime, you will likely face a harsh sentence. Here, we ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Is There a Legal Excuse for Speeding in North Carolina?

      Sometimes emergencies happen and we need to get somewhere, fast . In North Carolina, as in all states, if you jump in your car and speed off to your destination, you risk getting pulled over by the ...

      Read More
    • Effect of Remote Hearings and Trials on Criminal Cases

      Many lives have been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic, and this includes the lives of defendants facing criminal charges. Across the country, courts have had to pivot quickly to balance ...

      Read More
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    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • Do I Need an Attorney to Handle My Traffic Ticket?

      Like most of us, you will probably get pulled over by the police at some point and face a traffic ticket. Whether the traffic offense is something minor like speeding just above the limit or something ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • Do I Need an Attorney to Handle My Traffic Ticket?

      Like most of us, you will probably get pulled over by the police at some point and face a traffic ticket. Whether the traffic offense is something minor like speeding just above the limit or something ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • Do I Need an Attorney to Handle My Traffic Ticket?

      Like most of us, you will probably get pulled over by the police at some point and face a traffic ticket. Whether the traffic offense is something minor like speeding just above the limit or something ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
  • DUI
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • What Happens After a DWI Arrest in North Carolina?

      An arrest for driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina is a very serious charge. If you are arrested for a suspected DWI, it is important to know what will happen next. Here, we discuss the ...

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    • The Effect of Heavy Social Media Use on Your North Carolina Criminal Court Case

      Most of us engage with social media every day. However, it is important to remember that whatever you share online is public and can potentially be used against you in a North Carolina criminal court ...

      Read More
  • DWI
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • Do I Need an Attorney to Handle My Traffic Ticket?

      Like most of us, you will probably get pulled over by the police at some point and face a traffic ticket. Whether the traffic offense is something minor like speeding just above the limit or something ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Steps to Take If Your North Carolina Drivers’ License is Suspended or Revoked

      Losing your license can be mildly inconvenient at best and life-burdensome at worst: If you rely on your vehicle to travel to work, get your kids to school, or otherwise manage your day-to-day tasks, ...

      Read More
    • Finding the Right Lawyer to Handle Your Speeding Ticket

      It may not be difficult to find a lawyer to handle your speeding ticket – but finding a good lawyer is another matter entirely. When it comes to competent legal representation, it’s about much more ...

      Read More
    • What COVID-19 Court Closures Mean for Your Case

      If you’re involved in a criminal case in North Carolina, it’s natural to feel confused and overwhelmed under “normal” circumstances. But in light of the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic, the ...

      Read More
    • Do I Need an Attorney to Handle My Traffic Ticket?

      Like most of us, you will probably get pulled over by the police at some point and face a traffic ticket. Whether the traffic offense is something minor like speeding just above the limit or something ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Steps to Take If Your North Carolina Drivers’ License is Suspended or Revoked

      Losing your license can be mildly inconvenient at best and life-burdensome at worst: If you rely on your vehicle to travel to work, get your kids to school, or otherwise manage your day-to-day tasks, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • Domestic Violence Crimes and COVID-19

      The COVID-19 pandemic has caused upheaval around the world, not the least of which is an increase in domestic violence crimes. Stress, a lack of access to services and social networks, and stay at ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Is There a Legal Excuse for Speeding in North Carolina?

      Sometimes emergencies happen and we need to get somewhere, fast . In North Carolina, as in all states, if you jump in your car and speed off to your destination, you risk getting pulled over by the ...

      Read More
    • Finding the Right Lawyer to Handle Your Speeding Ticket

      It may not be difficult to find a lawyer to handle your speeding ticket – but finding a good lawyer is another matter entirely. When it comes to competent legal representation, it’s about much more ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Effect of Remote Hearings and Trials on Criminal Cases

      Many lives have been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic, and this includes the lives of defendants facing criminal charges. Across the country, courts have had to pivot quickly to balance ...

      Read More
    • How Does A Crime in North Carolina Become A Federal Crime?

      Most crimes are charged as state crimes and are prosecuted in state court. However, the federal government can also charge and prosecute someone for a crime in federal court. This begs the question: ...

      Read More
  • FTA
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the North Carolina Court System

      The Covid-19 (Coronavirus) is presently working its way through North Carolina and having serious effects on jobs, schools, and everyday life. It has also sidelined most sessions of criminal and civil ...

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    • Understanding the Castle Doctrine: Your Right to Stand Your Ground

      The laws surrounding your right to defend yourself, especially in your own home, can be quite confusing. What are your rights to protect yourself? Are you ever justified in using deadly force? States ...

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    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

      After unanimously passing in the North Carolina House and then the Senate, Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 562 – otherwise known as the “Second Chance Act” – into law. The Second Chance Act has ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Sentences for Convicted Drug Offenders in North Carolina

      North Carolina takes drug offenses extremely seriously. Whether you are convicted of possession, trafficking, manufacturing, or a related drug-crime, you will likely face a harsh sentence. Here, we ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • Domestic Violence Crimes and COVID-19

      The COVID-19 pandemic has caused upheaval around the world, not the least of which is an increase in domestic violence crimes. Stress, a lack of access to services and social networks, and stay at ...

      Read More
    • Do I Need an Attorney to Handle My Traffic Ticket?

      Like most of us, you will probably get pulled over by the police at some point and face a traffic ticket. Whether the traffic offense is something minor like speeding just above the limit or something ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Is There a Legal Excuse for Speeding in North Carolina?

      Sometimes emergencies happen and we need to get somewhere, fast . In North Carolina, as in all states, if you jump in your car and speed off to your destination, you risk getting pulled over by the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • Domestic Violence Crimes and COVID-19

      The COVID-19 pandemic has caused upheaval around the world, not the least of which is an increase in domestic violence crimes. Stress, a lack of access to services and social networks, and stay at ...

      Read More
    • Differences Between “Sexual Assault” and “Assault on a Female” in North Carolina

      Both sexual assault and assault on a female are serious crimes in North Carolina. Here, we discuss the major differences between the two crimes and the consequences a defendant might face if charged ...

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    • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes

      Individuals and businesses in North Carolina are required to pay federal and state taxes. The federal and state government use this money to pay for essential public services such as infrastructure ...

      Read More
    • Breaking and Entering Crimes in North Carolina: Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

      Entering another person’s property without permission is a serious crime in North Carolina. “Breaking and entering” crimes are either misdemeanor or felony crimes, depending on the nature of the ...

      Read More
    • The Implications of an Out-of-State DWI

      North Carolina residents who are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in another state might be surprised to learn that not only will they face ...

      Read More
    • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina

      Whether it is a state-wide law or a local ordinance, there are many odd things that are illegal in North Carolina. Read on so you do not get caught violating one of these oddball laws in the Great ...

      Read More
    • The Effect of Heavy Social Media Use on Your North Carolina Criminal Court Case

      Most of us engage with social media every day. However, it is important to remember that whatever you share online is public and can potentially be used against you in a North Carolina criminal court ...

      Read More
    • How Does A Crime in North Carolina Become A Federal Crime?

      Most crimes are charged as state crimes and are prosecuted in state court. However, the federal government can also charge and prosecute someone for a crime in federal court. This begs the question: ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina

      When two or more people get together and agree to commit a crime in the future, have they already committed a crime? In some cases, the answer is yes: they have committed conspiracy. Conspiracy, ...

      Read More
    • An Overview of the North Carolina “Second Chance Act”

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