Burglary is a serious crime that may result in imprisonment in North Carolina. Due to the severity of this crime, it is important to understand how the charges against you may unfold.
There are several effective defenses against burglary that Continue reading
Although many of us tend to use the terms interchangeably, theft and robbery are two different crimes in North Carolina. As such, theft and robbery crimes are typically prosecuted and penalized very differently.
In our state, theft refers to a Continue reading
Property crimes are those involving physical property. In general, they include stealing, unlawfully entering, and damaging or destroying the property of another. In North Carolina, there are a wide variety of criminal offenses that fall under the umbrella of property Continue reading
Generally speaking there are two different main categories of crimes: violent crimes, and crimes against property.
You can probably guess at most of the violent crimes. Things like murder, assault and battery, rape, and so on. Acts that are inherently Continue reading
If you are charged with residential burglary in our state, the penalties tend to be quite severe. How severe, though, depends on the specific charge.
What factors are involved in being hit with the various charges? What does the prosecution Continue reading