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  • How Does A Crime in North Carolina Become A Federal Crime?
    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: ...

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  • Is CBD Legal in North Carolina?
    Is CBD Legal in North Carolina?

    The use of CBD, medical marijuana, and even recreational marijuana is legal in many states. North Carolina, however, has some of the strictest laws in the country when it comes to these substances. ...

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  • What COVID-19 Court Closures Mean for Your Case
    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 ...

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  • Penalties for Fake ID Use in North Carolina
    Penalties for Fake ID Use in North Carolina

    In the grand scheme of things, fake IDs seem completely harmless. Kids will be kids, right? Wrong: If you’re busted for using a fake ID, or for lending your ID to someone else to use, you put yourself ...

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  • Restraining Orders in North Carolina
    Restraining Orders in North Carolina

    In North Carolina, there are two types of restraining orders available to victims of domestic violence and stalking: domestic violence protective orders and civil no-contact orders. Here, we discuss ...

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  • Criminal Diversion Programs in North Carolina
    Criminal Diversion Programs in North Carolina

    A criminal conviction, unless expunged, will likely stay on your record forever. Even after serving time in prison, a criminal conviction will follow you, making it difficult to get a job, rent an ...

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