Monthly Archives: March 2017

29Mar, 2017

North Carolina Man Steals Chicken Statue, Faces Felony
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

North Carolina Man Steals Chicken Statue, Faces FelonyPulling pranks on friends and neighbors can be a good way to get some laughs going, but when your pranks result in felony charges, suddenly things aren’t so funny.

Earlier this year, Andrew Emilious Justice, 32, of Taylorsville, may Continue reading “North Carolina Man Steals Chicken Statue, Faces Felony”

22Mar, 2017

What Is Considered “Statutory Rape” in North Carolina?
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What Is Considered Statutory Rape in North Carolina

If you live around Smithfield, you may have read the story about the church youth coordinator who was arrested for raping a minor. Michael Jansco, 24, met the minor (a 15-year-old) while on a youth pilgrimage. The two were caught Continue reading “What Is Considered “Statutory Rape” in North Carolina?”

15Mar, 2017

The Luck of the Irish Won’t Stop a Drunk and Disorderly Charge
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

The Luck of the Irish Won't Stop a Drunk and Disorderly ChargeSt. Patrick’s Day is on a Friday this year, which means that many partygoers will be celebrating all weekend long. While many people who celebrate St. Paddy’s Day use it as an excuse to get rowdy, be cautious. Enjoy the Continue reading “The Luck of the Irish Won’t Stop a Drunk and Disorderly Charge”

08Mar, 2017

“Allison’s Law” May Impact Domestic Violence in North Carolina
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Allison's Law May Impact Domestic Violence in North Carolina

While domestic violence victims may spend years hiding their trauma from friends or family, it’s no secret that domestic violence is a big problem in North Carolina. Domestic violence tears families apart, inflicts lifelong trauma and injuries on victims, and Continue reading ““Allison’s Law” May Impact Domestic Violence in North Carolina”