A new domestic violence law went into effect on Dec. 1 in North Carolina. This law, dubbed Britny’s Law in honor of the original victim, will create harsher penalties for certain domestic violence convictions. Below, we’re going to explain how Continue reading “Britny’s Law: What It Means for NC Domestic Violence Charges”
With everything in the news lately, you’re probably well aware of the fact that our country is undergoing something of an awakening where sexual harassment is concerned. With all of the talk and so many prominent men getting ousted, you Continue reading “Sexual Harassment in North Carolina Can Be a Sex Crime”
Even though North Carolina lawmakers define assault differently from assault and battery, they are charged the same way. Below, we will describe the difference between the two, along with the penalties for these charges, and defenses that can be used Continue reading “What It Means to Be Charged with North Carolina Assault and Battery”
A recent story of a North Carolina woman’s alleged larceny sheds light on why it is so important to have alternatives to the typical punishments for stealing. Moreover, it is a reminder that there are all kinds of reasons why Continue reading “Story Highlights Need for Non-Punitive Shoplifting Consequences in NC”
If you are facing drug trafficking charges in North Carolina, the potential consequences can feel overwhelming.
Moreover, you can face several different charges related to drug trafficking. You can be charged with cultivating, manufacturing, possessing, distributing, transporting, or selling illicit Continue reading “Charged with Drug Trafficking in NC? These Strategies May Help”