One of the most devastating consequences of a sex crime conviction remains in effect long after your case is closed: the requirement to register as a sex offender.
Short of homicide, sex crimes are some of the most grievous offenses one person can commit against another. Accordingly, they are prosecuted severely in North Carolina, and nearly all are considered to be felonies.
Only a handful of offenses are Continue reading
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 If lawmakers do not address outdated rules, they could Continue reading
If you have been accused of a sex crime in North Carolina, one of the most pressing questions on your mind is probably whether or not you will need to file as a sex offender.
In this post, we’re going Continue reading
As spotlights start to shine on sexual assault cases across the country, more questions come up about what could happen if you are accused. Sex crimes are very serious and can have a major impact on the rest of your Continue reading
If you have been charged with a white collar crime in North Carolina, you need to know how the laws apply in your case.
Below, we’re going to detail the law in our state, including the various types of white Continue reading
Most law-abiding citizens don’t understand how extensive the child porn industry is – both throughout the country and the world. Or how much of the industry involves very young children – including toddlers.
However, the most shocking revelation for North Continue reading
While a sexual relationship with a teacher is innocently portrayed as the subject of countless fantasies in music, movies, and television, the real life consequences of hooking up with a student are not so glamorous. Recently, a teacher at Davie Continue reading
Being convicted as a sex offender is unlike any other criminal conviction. For the rest of your life, your rights are severely limited and you have obligations to law enforcement. Each state has different limitations, including restrictions on where you Continue reading