Monthly Archives: January 2017

27Jan, 2017

5 Reasons Why Criminal Charges Are Dropped in North Carolina
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5 Reasons Why Criminal Charges Are Dropped in North Carolina

If you have been charged with a crime, it is completely normal to feel anxious or worried. Especially if most of what you know about the criminal justice system and court cases comes from watching law shows on TV. Cops Continue reading “5 Reasons Why Criminal Charges Are Dropped in North Carolina”

24Jan, 2017

A Probation Violation Charge Doesn’t Have to Lead to Jail Time
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A Probation Violation Charge Doesn’t Have to Lead to Jail TimeIf you were convicted of a criminal offense and given probation, you probably consider yourself lucky. Probation means that the penalties you could have received for your crime (jail time, fines) are currently suspended in the hopes that you will Continue reading “A Probation Violation Charge Doesn’t Have to Lead to Jail Time”

17Jan, 2017

Why Those in NC May Get Sued On Top of Getting Charged for Theft
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Why Those in NC May Get Sued On Top of Getting Charged for Theft

If you are accused of stealing from your job, the employer gets to decide whether or not they would like to press criminal charges against you. If convicted, you may receive jail time or fines.

That, however, is just the Continue reading “Why Those in NC May Get Sued On Top of Getting Charged for Theft”

06Jan, 2017

Davie High School Teacher Shows How Sex Charges Destroy Lives
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Davie High School Teacher Shows How Sex Charges Destroy LivesWhile a sexual relationship with a teacher is innocently portrayed as the subject of countless fantasies in music, movies, and television, the real life consequences of hooking up with a student are not so glamorous. Recently, a teacher at Davie Continue reading “Davie High School Teacher Shows How Sex Charges Destroy Lives”

05Jan, 2017

Avoid NC Drug Possession Charges in 2017 – Follow Your Probation
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Avoid NC Drug Possession Charges in 2017 – Follow Your Probation

Being let out of jail (or avoiding jail altogether) to go on probation is an odd balance between a relief and a burden. While probation does give you many freedoms that you do not have in jail, many feel that Continue reading “Avoid NC Drug Possession Charges in 2017 – Follow Your Probation”