Author Archives: Schlosser & Pritchett

24Apr, 2019

Yes, North Carolina School Fights Can Lead to Assault Charges
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Yes, North Carolina School Fights Can Lead to Assault Charges

A school should be a safe place where children have equal opportunities to gain knowledge in peace. This is why all school districts in North Carolina have been making deliberate strides to address the issue of bullying in schools.

Unfortunately, Continue reading

21Apr, 2019

The Connection between Tax Season and Identity Theft in North Carolina
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The Connection between Tax Season and Identity Theft in North Carolina

Over the last few weeks, social security numbers, private income data, and other personal information has no doubt been flying through cyberspace at breakneck speeds as every law-abiding American citizen is scrambling to file their tax returns before the deadline. Continue reading

10Apr, 2019

Your Kid Has a NC Criminal Record? No Thanks, Say Colleges
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Your Kid Has a NC Criminal Record? No Thanks, Say Colleges

Every teenager – even the best of them – experiences a lapse in judgement at some point during their formative years. Science says it’s inevitable. The parts of the brain which process decision-making and emotional drive simply aren’t fully developed. Continue reading

22Mar, 2019

The Harsh Reality of Teen Sexting in NC
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The Harsh Reality of Teen Sexting in NC

Lawmakers have the tough job of adjusting legislation as the state, country, and world change. New technology, cultural shifts, and other factors may make old laws useless – or even dangerous. If lawmakers do not address outdated rules, they could Continue reading

16Mar, 2019

Domestic Violence in NC: It Doesn’t Have to Involve Physical Harm
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Domestic Violence in NC: It Doesn’t Have to Involve Physical Harm

Often, the term “domestic violence” conjures images of physical abuse, but since the late ‘70s, when the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence was initially organized, it has been leading the movement to further define what the term means, and Continue reading

02Mar, 2019

Did You Know That Trespassing Is Considered a Property Crime in NC?
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Did You Know That Trespassing Is Considered a Property Crime in NC?

Generally speaking, there are three classes of crimes: drug crimes, crimes against property, and violent crimes. Obviously, there can be some crossover, but most offenses fall squarely into one of those three categories.

Drug crimes, clearly, must involve drugs. Violent Continue reading