Monthly Archives: November 2016

17Nov, 2016

5 Common Signs of Domestic Violence
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

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Domestic violence, especially long-term violence, is not always obvious. Generally speaking, abusers tend to want to keep their actions a secret and not let any evidence of abuse get out.

However, evidence of abuse will eventually surface, even if it’s Continue reading “5 Common Signs of Domestic Violence”

11Nov, 2016

What are the Different Types of Misdemeanors in North Carolina?
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

What are the Different Types of Misdemeanors in North Carolina

In North Carolina, there are two main categories of crime: misdemeanors and felonies.

If you have been charged with a felony crime, click here to learn more about the sentencing and severity of each felony charge. A felony conviction comes Continue reading “What are the Different Types of Misdemeanors in North Carolina?”

08Nov, 2016

North Carolina to Stop Banning Sex Offenders from Social Media?
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

North Carolina to Stop Banning Sex Offenders from Social Media

Being convicted as a sex offender is unlike any other criminal conviction. For the rest of your life, your rights are severely limited and you have obligations to law enforcement. Each state has different limitations, including restrictions on where you Continue reading “North Carolina to Stop Banning Sex Offenders from Social Media?”

02Nov, 2016

How the North Carolina Gubernatorial Candidates View Drug Crimes
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

How the North Carolina Gubernatorial Candidates View Drug CrimesWe all know that November 8 is a big day. But with all of the news and scandals surrounding presidential candidates taking up most of our nightly news, there is little time to talk about local and state government elections. Continue reading “How the North Carolina Gubernatorial Candidates View Drug Crimes”