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  • An Overview of Conspiracy Crimes in North Carolina
    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, ...

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

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  • 10 Odd Things That Are Illegal in North Carolina
    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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  • The Effect of Heavy Social Media Use on Your North Carolina Criminal Court Case
    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 ...

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  • Effect of Remote Hearings and Trials on Criminal Cases
    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 ...

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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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