15Dec, 2017

What It Means to Be Charged with North Carolina Assault and Battery
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What It Means to Be Charged with North Carolina Assault and Battery

Even though North Carolina lawmakers define assault differently from assault and battery, they are charged the same way. Below, we will describe the difference between the two, along with the penalties for these charges, and defenses that can be used Continue reading

02Dec, 2017

Charged with Drug Trafficking in NC? These Strategies May Help
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Charged with Drug Trafficking in NC - These Strategies May Help

If you are facing drug trafficking charges in North Carolina, the potential consequences can feel overwhelming.

Moreover, you can face several different charges related to drug trafficking. You can be charged with cultivating, manufacturing, possessing, distributing, transporting, or selling illicit Continue reading

20Nov, 2017

Ways to Fight North Carolina Drug Possession Charges
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Ways to Fight North Carolina Drug Possession Charges

Drug possession is a common offense, but nevertheless it is taken very seriously in North Carolina. If convicted, you could face a prison sentence, hefty fines, and a criminal record that will compromise your ability to live a normal life Continue reading

27Oct, 2017

Criminal Diversion Programs in North Carolina – Know Your Options
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Criminal Diversion Programs in North Carolina – Know Your Options

A criminal record is life-changing, and can compromise housing applications, gainful employment prospects, college admissions, and student loans, among other things. These difficulties impair convicted offenders’ abilities to become productive members of society, which often leads to more criminal behavior. Continue reading

18Oct, 2017

It’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Learn the Law in NC
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It’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Learn the Law in NC

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and North Carolinians are raising awareness about these offenses that negatively affect thousands every year.

Recently, UNC Asheville and Helpmate partnered together in a vigil on the UNCA campus. Survivors shared stories and Continue reading