Category: Sexual Harrassment

Sexual harassment is an issue that has plagued society for centuries, and unfortunately, North Carolina is no exception. It encompasses any unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature that affects the recipient’s ability to do their job or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment.

Although sexual harassment itself is not a criminal charge, there are cases in which sexual harassment can cross the line and become criminal in nature.

This post is going to how accusations of sexual harassment are typically handled in our state, as well as what happens when the [...]

With everything in the news lately, you’re probably well aware of the fact that our country is undergoing something of an awakening where sexual harassment is concerned. With all of the talk and so many prominent men getting ousted, you might be wondering exactly what constitutes sexual harassment in North Carolina and whether these acts qualify as sex crimes in our state.

The answer, unfortunately, is not straight forward. While sexual harassment itself isn’t necessarily a criminal act, certain types of harassment can be criminal. Below, we’re going to detail what behaviors are [...]