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  • What Happens if I Miss My Court Date to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?
    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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  • Reducing a DWI Charge to a Reckless Driving Charge: Can It Be Done In North Carolina?
    Reducing a DWI Charge to a Reckless Driving Charge: Can It Be Done In North Carolina?

    A charge of driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina is a serious offense that can result in severe penalties, such as jail time, fines, and a loss of your driver’s license. If you have been ...

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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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  • Understanding the Castle Doctrine: Your Right to Stand Your Ground
    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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  • Restoration of Gun Rights for Convicted Felons in North Carolina
    Restoration of Gun Rights for Convicted Felons in North Carolina

    Under the Felony Firearms Act, it is illegal for anyone who has been convicted of a felony, in any state, to own or possess a firearm or other weapon of “mass death and destruction.” There are, ...

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