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  • What Happens After a DWI Arrest in North Carolina?
    What Happens After a DWI Arrest in North Carolina?

    An arrest for driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina is a very serious charge. If you are arrested for a suspected DWI, it is important to know what will happen next. Here, we discuss the ...

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  • Differences Between “Sexual Assault” and “Assault on a Female” in North Carolina
    Differences Between “Sexual Assault” and “Assault on a Female” in North Carolina

    Both sexual assault and assault on a female are serious crimes in North Carolina. Here, we discuss the major differences between the two crimes and the consequences a defendant might face if charged ...

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  • FAQs About How COVID Affects Families with Members in Prison
    FAQs About How COVID Affects Families with Members in Prison

    Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began, we have had to make adjustments to our lives to prevent the spread of the virus, and North Carolina jails and prisons are no exception. While most of the ...

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  • Got a North Carolina Speeding Ticket? Here Is What You Can Do
    Got a North Carolina Speeding Ticket? Here Is What You Can Do

    Receiving a speeding ticket is one of the most common ways a person will come into contact with the police and the criminal justice system. If you have received a speeding ticket in North Carolina, ...

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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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