Archives for: January 26th, 2020

If you’re facing sex crime charges, or think that you could be facing charges, you’re likely concerned about your future and have many questions running through your mind. 

We’ve put together a guide covering some of the most common questions we hear from our clients facing sex crime charges. 

Do I Need an Attorney to Fight North Carolina Sex Charges? 

Answer: We can’t remember when a client didn’t benefit from professional legal counsel on a sex crime charge in North Carolina. 

If you’ve been charged with a sex crime, we advise that you [...]

Domestic violence is an unfortunate reality for many people. It is a problem with a frequency that touches every demographic in America, affecting millions of lives each year. Because of this, the North Caroline criminal justice system takes accusations of abuse seriously. 

Punitive measures against serial abusers are an important part of curbing the epidemic…but so is getting to the root cause of the behavior. 

One common reason given for abuse is an addiction. The claim is that if someone is addicted to a substance, that addiction can cause them to lash out [...]

Here in North Carolina, traffic violations and other driving-related infractions are tallied on a driver point system. Every traffic transgression is worth a certain number of points, and eventually, when you lose enough of them, you can lose your license. 

Every single traffic violation comes with attendant penalties. Make no mistake, minor offenses can add up quickly, and the number of points rises quickly with the severity of the violation. 

Furthermore, should you lose enough points quickly enough, you can lose your license entirely. We don’t have to tell you that having [...]

So you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime in North Carolina. You’re probably feeling stressed, to say the least. 

When the heat is on, a plea deal might seem the easiest route – too good to be true, even. On the other side of the coin, you might find the prosecution’s offer downright insulting. 

In any case, before you make any life-changing decisions, take a moment to sit back and reflect. Learn here about how plea bargains happen and what your offer might actually mean for you. 



School is out for winter break. Businesses hours fluctuate to accommodate staff appreciation parties and holiday vacations. People are traveling across the country to be with loved ones. 

It’s the holiday season, and for many, that means it’s time to kick back and celebrate. That said, no matter how good you’ve been all year, when you’re on probation, that isn’t completely the case for you.

We often see an uptick in probation violations this time of year. Sometimes, probationers aren’t even aware they are violating their probation at the time. 

Let us help [...]