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North Carolina U.S. Representative Richard Hudson has introduced in the new session of Congress a bill that would benefit those who carry concealed handguns in the U.S.The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, also known as H.R. 38, was introduced in early January. If it passes, then it could have a big impact on the Second Amendment rights for North Carolinians and people all across the country.
Here’s what you need to know about this proposed Act, how it could change things, and what the current laws are regarding the right to carry a [...]
Fraud is a complex topic. In North Carolina, the statutes surrounding fraud are complicated and many different types of actions fall under the umbrella of fraud. Not to mention, the legal consequences involved in fraud cases can be quite harsh.
Recently, a 19-year-old woman from Clinton, North Carolina found out just how harsh the justice system in the state treats those who are suspected of fraud.
She was charged with felony insurance fraud for claiming that damage done to her vehicle occurred while she had the policy. The truth was discovered that the [...]
Burglary is a crime that is often misunderstood. It gets conflated with robbery or even trespass. If you are criminally charged with burglary, though, then it’s important to understand exactly what crime you’re being charged with.
Understanding the charges against you is the first step in understanding what your rights are and what types of defenses can best serve you in court.
Here’s what you need to know about burglary charges in North Carolina – what it means, the penalties associated with a conviction, and the defenses commonly used against them.