Monthly Archives: April 2018

26Apr, 2018

North Carolina DWI Consequences for Repeat Offenders
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

North Carolina DWI Consequences for Repeat Offenders

North Carolina has some of the strictest DWI laws in the country. Many first-time offenders do not receive treatment for drug or alcohol abuse, and therefore are likely to reoffend. Repeat offenders are subject to many additional penalties as described Continue reading “North Carolina DWI Consequences for Repeat Offenders”

22Apr, 2018

Know What You’re Up against If Charged with a North Carolina Robbery
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Know What You're Up against If Charged with a North Carolina Robbery

 

Earlier this month, a North Carolina woman was shot to death in a Charlotte apartment complex during a robbery.

Since the incident happened, three men have been arrested in connection to the murder. All three were charged with murder Continue reading “Know What You’re Up against If Charged with a North Carolina Robbery”

12Apr, 2018

What NC Charges Might “Smash and Grab” Suspects Face If Caught?
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What NC Charges Might "Smash and Grab" Suspects Face If Caught?

“Smash and grab” thefts are on the rise here in North Carolina and other states, and law enforcement officials think they know why.

They recently discovered a theft crime ring that reaches from Georgia into North Carolina where the alleged Continue reading “What NC Charges Might “Smash and Grab” Suspects Face If Caught?”

09Apr, 2018

Lesser-Known Consequences of NC Domestic Violence Convictions
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Lesser-Known Consequences of NC Domestic Violence ConvictionsA domestic violence conviction can have serious criminal consequences, such as lengthy prison sentences, hefty fines, and a criminal record that can compromise future housing and employment prospects.

However, a domestic violence conviction can also have life-changing civil consequences, restricting Continue reading “Lesser-Known Consequences of NC Domestic Violence Convictions”