Archives for: April 26th, 2020

The courts may be closed in North Carolina due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t things you can do right now to be ready to petition for your record expungement as soon as they reopen. 

In fact, if you’re looking to make progress on your North Carolina expungement case, then you very much still can. Here are some steps you can easily follow so you’re ready to go when quarantine is over. 

Learn the basics here about the expungement process and what you can do to prepare for [...]

COVID-19 is touching the lives of every American and in Greensboro, it’s changing life in yet another way. As coronavirus cases surged over 500, a stay-at-home order was put in place at the end of March. Residents caught violating this county-wide order can be charged with a misdemeanor.

Here’s what you need to know about North Carolina misdemeanors and the legal price you may pay for breaking the current stay-at-home order.

Understanding Greensboro’s Stay-At-Home Order

The stay-at-home order, also sometimes called sheltering-in-place, that is now in effect restricts the reasons you can leave [...]

The coronavirus pandemic has brought about some unique circumstances that Americans are now forced to deal with. One of the most disruptive aspects of this pandemic has been the closure of businesses and many government functions. This includes the court system.

For the first time in over 100 years, the United States Supreme Court has postponed upcoming cases. All around the country, courts are being shut down and proceedings rescheduled. 

If you are arrested during this time, or if you had an upcoming court date, it’s important your right to a speedy [...]