At the beginning of November, the North Carolina Supreme Court rejected a First Amendment challenge to a provision of state law that prohibits registered sex offenders from using Facebook and other social media sites that children under 18 can join. Continue reading “North Carolina Sex Offenders Banned From Some Social Media Sites”
If you have been arrested on a criminal charge, there are several different potential outcomes. Your own outcome will largely depend on your situation and the strength of your criminal defense.
The criminal courts process a wide variety of offenses—everything Continue reading “The Possible Outcomes of a Criminal Case”
Under this law, multiple convictions of a misdemeanor larceny offense could see habitual offenders facing felony charges.
North Carolina lawmakers are supposedly targeting career shoplifters with the new law. But instead of focusing on those who have been convicted of Continue reading “North Carolina Shoplifters Could Face Felony Charges”
Most people with a criminal record would like the opportunity for a second chance.
When you are arrested and/or charged with a crime—regardless of whether you were convicted—the state creates a file with information related to your case. This file Continue reading “How to Get Your Record Sealed or Expunged in North Carolina”
It may not come as a surprise to many current residents of our state, but a recent study ranked North Carolina drivers among the worst in the nation.
Specifically, our drivers ranked 12th out of 51 states (including the Continue reading “North Carolina Drivers among Worst in the Country, Study Says”