Traffic violation and felony usually aren’t even two words we expect to see in the same sentence. Getting a traffic violation means having a cop write you a ticket for speeding or receiving a citation in the mail for running Continue reading “North Carolina Traffic Violations That Are Considered Felonies”
In our state, no person may be prosecuted solely for being intoxicated in a public place. So, if you were charged with drunk and disorderly conduct this past New Year’s Eve, you may have felt completely blindsided. After all, New Continue reading “Got An NC Drunk and Disorderly Charge on New Year’s? Fight Back”
As of 1st December 2011, North Carolina’s citizens have had the legal right to defend themselves in their homes, places of work, or vehicles using deadly force without duty to retreat. The legal right to defend oneself is conferred Continue reading “You Were Just Defending Yourself – But Got Charged with NC Assault”
North Carolina outlaws the possession of various controlled substances and drugs. Drug possession charges in NC are usually proportionate to the type and quantity of drug.
Given the severity of a drug charge, it’s important not just to work Continue reading “Careful What You’re Holding – Drug Possession in NC Varies by Drug”