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
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
Earlier this month, a North Carolina woman was shot to death in a Charlotte apartment complex during a robbery.
Since the incident happened, three men have been arrested in connection to the murder. All three were charged with murder Continue reading
“Smash and grab” thefts are on the rise here in North Carolina and other states, and law enforcement officials think they know why.
They recently discovered a theft crime ring that reaches from Georgia into North Carolina where the alleged Continue reading
Motor vehicle theft is one of the most common forms of major theft, and it can result in lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines – even for a first offense.
Unfortunately, auto theft is on the rise in North Carolina. Continue reading
Shoplifting is a very common theft crime both here in North Carolina and throughout the United States. It’s so prevalent that most shoplifters actually go undetected.
Though it’s often associated with rebellious teens stealing for the thrill of it, there Continue reading
Several different types of theft crimes exist in North Carolina.
If you are charged with theft, the value of the goods or property usually decides whether the charge is a misdemeanor or a felony. If a firearm or violence was Continue reading
Pulling pranks on friends and neighbors can be a good way to get some laughs going, but when your pranks result in felony charges, suddenly things aren’t so funny.
Earlier this year, Andrew Emilious Justice, 32, of Taylorsville, may Continue reading
If you are accused of stealing from your job, the employer gets to decide whether or not they would like to press criminal charges against you. If convicted, you may receive jail time or fines.
That, however, is just the Continue reading
Generally, theft happens when a person takes someone else’s property without their permission and with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the property.
So, if you go into a clothing store and take a pair of jeans, intending Continue reading