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  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the North Carolina Court System
    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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  • 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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  • How to Dress for Your North Carolina Court Date
    How to Dress for Your North Carolina Court Date

    Whether you have a pending court date for a traffic ticket or a more serious charge, what you wear to court in North Carolina matters. Court is not the place to show your individuality or express your ...

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  • Can I Go to Jail for a Class 2 Misdemeanor?
    Can I Go to Jail for a Class 2 Misdemeanor?

    North Carolina organizes misdemeanors into four categories in descending order of severity: Class A1, Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3. What Crimes Constitute a Class 2 Misdemeanor? Simple assault, ...

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  • Can I Get Rid of My North Carolina Mugshot?
    Can I Get Rid of My North Carolina Mugshot?

    If you’ve been arrested in North Carolina, it is likely you’ve experienced the “booking” process – which invariably involves a wonderfully flattering mugshot. You may also fear that a quick Google ...

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  • Seeking Employment with a Criminal Record
    Seeking Employment with a Criminal Record

    Rest assured: A criminal record does not mean you are patently unemployable. However, it does make a job hunt more difficult, as most employers conduct criminal background checks before making offers. ...

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