18Jul, 2018

Understanding Drug Manufacturing Penalties in North Carolina
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Understanding Drug Manufacturing Penalties in North Carolina

Three triplet brothers were recently arrested for running a drug manufacturing operation out of their high-end apartments in downtown Raleigh. They face multiple charges, including selling and delivering a controlled substance, conspiracy, trafficking, and possession with intent to manufacture or Continue reading

01Jul, 2018

Fight Fraud Charges in North Carolina with These Defenses
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Fight Fraud Charges in North Carolina with These Defenses

Fraud is a serious offense that involves obtaining property or personal information through acts of deception, theft, or coercion. Criminal fraud is typically a felony-level offense that is punishable by hefty fines and sometimes with lengthy prison sentences.

There are Continue reading

20Jun, 2018

North Carolina’s Minor in Possession Law’s Impact Goes Beyond Minors
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North Carolina's Minor in Possession Law's Impact Goes Beyond Minors

When most people hear about minor in possession charges, they think of charges brought against minors who are in possession of alcohol, or who attempt to use fake IDs to obtain alcohol. However, minor in possession laws also cover selling Continue reading

19Jun, 2018

Will North Carolina Get a “Red Flag” Domestic Violence Gun Law?       
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Will North Carolina Get a "Red Flag" Domestic Violence Gun Law?       

In the wake of school shootings and increased violence, state Rep. Marcia Morey has introduced a bill in the North Carolina House of Representatives that would allow judges to issue court orders for the surrender of all firearms and ammunition Continue reading

05Jun, 2018

Property Crime Defense Strategies You Can Use in North Carolina
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Property Crime Defense Strategies You Can Use in North Carolina

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