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  • The 411 on Your Fourth Amendment Rights: Search Warrants in N.C. Criminal Cases
    The 411 on Your Fourth Amendment Rights: Search Warrants in N.C. Criminal Cases

    The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures. In general, this means that law enforcement officers must obtain a warrant before they can ...

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  • How a DWI Can Affect Your Professional Licensing
    How a DWI Can Affect Your Professional Licensing

    You probably know that driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina can come with severe consequences. Depending on the seriousness of the offense, a DWI conviction can result in prison time, steep ...

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  • Traffic Stop Etiquette
    Traffic Stop Etiquette

    When those red and blue flashing lights appear in your rearview mirror, your next couple of decisions can have a big impact on how the interaction goes and, ultimately, whether you receive a ticket. ...

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  • Can My Lawyer Appear in Court for Me?
    Can My Lawyer Appear in Court for Me?

    From having to take time off from work to arranging childcare and finding transportations, planning for a court hearing can be a logistical nightmare. Many defendants wonder whether a criminal defense ...

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  • An Overview of North Carolina Tax Fraud Crimes
    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 ...

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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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