Monthly Archives: August 2015

31Aug, 2015

North Carolina Combats Its Heroin Abuse Epidemic
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North Carolina Combats Its Heroin Abuse Epidemic

Breaking Bad may have brought awareness to our country’s serious problem with crystal meth – especially in certain areas – but now another drug is coming back into vogue: heroin.

According to the CDC, heroin use has skyrocketed across Continue reading “North Carolina Combats Its Heroin Abuse Epidemic”

24Aug, 2015

Were Your Rights Violated During Your Arrest?
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Were Your Rights Violated During Your Arrest  Police brutality and unfair treatment are unfortunate realities of modern America.

Recently, there has been a public outcry to hold police accountable and a great deal of media attention around violations of human rights that occur under police custody.

No Continue reading “Were Your Rights Violated During Your Arrest?”

17Aug, 2015

The Lasting Effects of Juvenile Crime
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

The Lasting Effects of Juvenile Crime Common knowledge often suggests that juvenile delinquent records are “wiped clean” when young offenders reach 18 years of age. Unfortunately, for many young men and women, this just isn’t true. Instead, mistakes they made as adolescents follow them well into Continue reading “The Lasting Effects of Juvenile Crime”

10Aug, 2015

Are Traffic Violations Considered Crimes in North Carolina?
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Are Traffic Violations Considered Crimes in North Carolina

You might not think much of forgetting to wear your seat belt or forgetting to renew your license plate, but these are both example of traffic violations in North Carolina. When you violate state traffic laws, you commit a criminal Continue reading “Are Traffic Violations Considered Crimes in North Carolina?”

03Aug, 2015

North Carolina Cracks Down on 6 Most Common Shoplifting Crimes 
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North Carolina Cracks Down on 6 Most Common Shoplifting Crimes Retail shoplifting is a growing problem in North Carolina and throughout the US.

According to recent reports, more than 90 percent of companies are victims of shoplifting every year.

In our state, shoplifting is punished as “larceny of goods,” and Continue reading “North Carolina Cracks Down on 6 Most Common Shoplifting Crimes ”