Monthly Archives: February 2018

21Feb, 2018

Resisting Arrest in North Carolina Means More Than You Think It Means
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Resisting Arrest in North Carolina Means More Than You Think It Means

Most people think that resisting arrest means physically trying to prevent the officer from arresting you, but in North Carolina the definition is broader. In this post, we’ll break the law down for you and explain what technically qualifies as Continue reading “Resisting Arrest in North Carolina Means More Than You Think It Means”

16Feb, 2018

Understanding Insurance Fraud Charges in North Carolina
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Understanding Insurance Fraud Charges in North Carolina

Under North Carolina law, an insurance fraud conviction can result in steep fines and jail time. However, not every charge results in a conviction. In this post, we’ll talk about the law, associated penalties, and how a skilled lawyer can Continue reading “Understanding Insurance Fraud Charges in North Carolina”

09Feb, 2018

Rise in NC Auto Thefts Makes It Important to Understand the Law
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Rise in NC Auto Thefts Makes It Important to Understand the Law

Motor vehicle theft is one of the most common forms of major theft, and it can result in lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines – even for a first offense.

Unfortunately, auto theft is on the rise in North Carolina. Continue reading “Rise in NC Auto Thefts Makes It Important to Understand the Law”

02Feb, 2018

When Defending Your Kid Becomes Assault in North Carolina
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

When Defending Your Kid Becomes Assault in North Carolina

A North Carolina woman has been charged with assault and possession of a weapon on school grounds after what she felt was an attempt to defend her son from bullying.

The woman, 32-year-old Olga Cortez, followed her son’s school bus Continue reading “When Defending Your Kid Becomes Assault in North Carolina”