Have you recently been charged with a criminal traffic offense in North Carolina?
When most people hear the phrase “traffic offense,” they imagine a speeding ticket or running a red light – fairly mild offenses when compared to something like Continue reading
Most people think that resisting arrest means physically trying to prevent the officer from arresting you, but in North Carolina the definition is broader. In this post, we’ll break the law down for you and explain what technically qualifies as Continue reading
Under North Carolina law, an insurance fraud conviction can result in steep fines and jail time. However, not every charge results in a conviction. In this post, we’ll talk about the law, associated penalties, and how a skilled lawyer can 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
A North Carolina woman has been charged with assault and possession of a weapon on school grounds after what she felt was an attempt to defend her son from bullying.
The woman, 32-year-old Olga Cortez, followed her son’s school bus Continue reading
A recent story of a Fayetteville man who violated probation is a warning for what can happen if you don’t follow the rules.
Quintin Lamar Molette, 28, was on a probationary sentence in March 2015 when police received information that Continue reading
A North Carolina-based group was recently caught selling large amounts of cocaine, marijuana, and methamphetamines. The drugs were smuggled from Texas to North Carolina by a ring of over 20 people, all of whom were arrested.
Because this case involved Continue reading
If you were recently arrested and charged with DWI in North Carolina, you are probably wondering what happens next in the process. In this post, we will outline the steps of a DWI case for you and advise you on Continue reading
A criminal record of prior run-ins with the law is a difficult burden to bear. Any prior arrests and court proceedings can easily be found via court record searches. This means that even if you were not convicted of a Continue reading
A new domestic violence law went into effect on Dec. 1 in North Carolina. This law, dubbed Britny’s Law in honor of the original victim, will create harsher penalties for certain domestic violence convictions. Below, we’re going to explain how Continue reading