Monthly Archives: September 2015

28Sep, 2015

8 Warning Signs of Teen Dating Violence Parents Should Watch For
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

8 Warning Signs of Teen Dating Violence Parents Should Watch For
“This is happening in silence.”

That’s how Stephanie Francis, the Director of Education Training and Engagement in domestic violence at Interact in Raleigh described our country’s teen dating violence problem to reporters from ABC 11. Recent studies from Interact Continue reading “8 Warning Signs of Teen Dating Violence Parents Should Watch For”

21Sep, 2015

7 Types of Compensation Available in Personal Injury Lawsuits
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7 Types of Compensation Available in Personal Injury Lawsuits

Compensation in the field of personal injury law is a complicated subject. When someone is wrongfully injured, made sick, or killed, the cost for the victim and their family can climb well above their means. It’s clear that some amount Continue reading “7 Types of Compensation Available in Personal Injury Lawsuits”

14Sep, 2015

GPS Tracking Could be Considered Stalking Crime
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GPS Tracking Could be Considered Stalking Crime in North Carolina

According to new legislation passed by the North Carolina House of Representatives, using a GPS device to track others against their will may soon constitute a crime.

The chamber voted Wednesday, September 2, adding GPS tracking to a list Continue reading “GPS Tracking Could be Considered Stalking Crime”

07Sep, 2015

North Carolina Participates in “Hands Across the Border”
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North Carolina Participates in “Hands Across the Border”

North Carolina is partnering with five other nearby states for the annual “Hands Across the Border” campaign. Along with Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Tennessee, North Carolina will be setting up DUI checkpoints near the state border to catch Continue reading “North Carolina Participates in “Hands Across the Border””