Monthly Archives: November 2018

23Nov, 2018

At What Point Does Theft in North Carolina Become a Felony?
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

At What Point Does Theft in North Carolina Become a Felony?

The difference between a felony and a misdemeanor conviction could affect your right to vote, to own firearms, and even your ability to get a job in North Carolina.

So, what determines whether a crime is a felony or a Continue reading “At What Point Does Theft in North Carolina Become a Felony?”

14Nov, 2018

What Makes a Domestic Violence Charge “Aggravated” in NC?
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

What Makes a Domestic Violence Charge "Aggravated" in NC?

Statistics show that 10 million people throughout the United States are abused by an intimate partner annually. Simply put, domestic violence, which also covers abuse between family members and roommates, is an epidemic.

Because of this, all kinds of laws Continue reading “What Makes a Domestic Violence Charge “Aggravated” in NC?”

08Nov, 2018

Your Rights If Accused of Shoplifting in NC and What to Expect
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Your Rights If Accused of Shoplifting in NC and What to Expect

You’re shopping in a store. Suddenly, a store security guard or manager comes up to you and accuses you of shoplifting or says that you have to come with them immediately.

What can you do? What should you expect to Continue reading “Your Rights If Accused of Shoplifting in NC and What to Expect”

05Nov, 2018

How Possessing Drugs Can Lead to a Trafficking Charge in NC
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

The term “drug trafficking” conjures up images of hardened criminals and cartels, who make their living off of a life of crime. However, it’s common for individuals or small partnerships to face drug trafficking charges as well.

In fact, you Continue reading “How Possessing Drugs Can Lead to a Trafficking Charge in NC”