Monthly Archives: February 2016

29Feb, 2016

How Drug Trafficking Headlines in North Carolina May Affect You
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How Drug Trafficking Headlines in North Carolina May Affect You

Over the past several weeks, there has been an onslaught of drug trafficking news stories in North Carolina. What does this mean for our state and for those who are currently facing drug trafficking charges?

Let’s take a look at Continue reading “How Drug Trafficking Headlines in North Carolina May Affect You”

23Feb, 2016

When Can You Not Carry a Gun in North Carolina
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When Can You Not Carry a Gun in North Carolina

Guns are a hot topic right now. With numerous school shootings, police shootings, and even terrorist acts threatening gun policies, it’s more important then ever to know and understand gun laws and your rights regarding guns in North Carolina.

Protecting Continue reading “When Can You Not Carry a Gun in North Carolina”

15Feb, 2016

What Constitutes a White Collar Crime in North Carolina?
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What Constitutes a White Collar Crime in North Carolina

Non-violent crimes, such as fraud and embezzlement, are considered “white collar” in the state of North Carolina. White collar crimes typically involve deceit and are usually done with the motivation of financial gain.

If you’re facing criminal charges in regards Continue reading “What Constitutes a White Collar Crime in North Carolina?”

08Feb, 2016

Your Guide to North Carolina’s Personal Injury Laws
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Your Guide to North Carolina’s Personal Injury Laws

When people get hurt or sick, they tend to chalk it up to clumsiness, bad luck, or just an overall unfortunate situation. It’s not fun or easy having to pay for medical bills or miss time at work, but there’s Continue reading “Your Guide to North Carolina’s Personal Injury Laws”

01Feb, 2016

Common Defenses for Domestic Violence Charges
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Common Defenses for Domestic Violence Charges

Being convicted of domestic violence in North Carolina can destroy your life. Like other criminal acts, you are likely to find yourself up against a number of serious penalties, including hefty fines and the possibility of imprisonment. But domestic violence Continue reading “Common Defenses for Domestic Violence Charges”