Traffic violation and felony usually aren’t even two words we expect to see in the same sentence. Getting a traffic violation means having a cop write you a ticket for speeding or receiving a citation in the mail for running Continue reading
The difference between a felony and a misdemeanor conviction could affect your right to vote, to own firearms, and even your ability to get a job in North Carolina.
So, what determines whether a crime is a felony or a Continue reading
You know that certain crimes are considered felonies in the state of North Carolina. And you probably know that felonies are “worse” than misdemeanors.
But what does that really mean? How long are the punishments associated with felonies? What makes Continue reading