Bribery Charges in North Carolina

Bribery Charges in North Carolina Bribery is a crime, whose meaning is often misunderstood. In the criminal law context, the term bribery is often misused. Your average person tends to

Robbery Charges in North Carolina

Robbery Charges in North Carolina In North Carolina, robbery charges are felonies. Robbery charges are governed by North Carolina General Statutes. There are two main types of robbery charges: common

Texting While Driving in North Carolina

Texting While Driving in North Carolina There are many traffic offenses in North Carolina. These traffic offenses range from reckless driving to failure to wear a seat belt. The consequences for

Felony Assault Charges in North Carolina

Felony Assault Charges in North Carolina One of our previous blogs explored some of the various misdemeanor assault charges in North Carolina. This blog will explore some of the various

Indecent Exposure in North Carolina

Indecent Exposure in NC Under North Carolina law, (see NCGS § 14-190.9), indecent exposure is a charge that covers a variety of scenarios. We will discuss these below. Indecent exposure

Misdemeanor Assault Charges in North Carolina

In North Carolina, assault is broad category that encompasses many, many different criminal charges. These charges range from felonies to misdemeanors. Assault in North Carolina is governed by North Carolina

Out-of-State Traffic Convictions

How out-of-state traffic convictions affect your North Carolina driver’s license A lot of people want to know how out-of-state traffic convictions will affect their NC driver’s license. The answer is,

Weapons Charges in North Carolina

Weapons charges in North Carolina Though people have the right to bear arms in the United States according to the U.S. Constitution, there are limits to this right, and those

Private Warrants in North Carolina

Private warrants in North Carolina – Private Warrant Court Typically, people are arrested with a warrant that has been issued by a judge or magistrate. The warrant is issued based

Unlawful Passing of an Emergency Vehicle in North Carolina

Charge with unlawful passing of an emergency vehicle in North Carolina? Just curious about what this charge entails? Check out the following blog to learn more. There are a wide

Bond Hearings in North Carolina

Bond Hearings in North Carolina – How Bonds Help You Get Out of Jail In North Carolina, if you are arrested for a crime, you may wonder how you can

Prostitution Charges in NC

Like just about everywhere else in the United States, prostitution is illegal in North Carolina.  There are still many instances in which consensual sex acts between two consenting adults are

Child Abuse Charges in North Carolina

Child Abuse Criminal Charge in North Carolina Child abuse is a term that is very widely used, but often times inadequately defined. In North Carolina, the criminal charge of child

Violation of a Domestic Violence Protective Order

Violation of a domestic violence protective order (DVPO) in North Carolina Everyone has heard the term “restraining order” when it comes to the Court ordering one person to stay away

Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor

Contributing to the delinquency of a minor in North Carolina Contributing to the delinquency of a minor is a crime in North Carolina, but what exactly does that mean? What

DWI Sentencing in North Carolina

DWI Sentencing in North Carolina If your DWI case is such that you get to the sentencing phase, North Carolina judges are obligated to use structured sentencing that is unique

Fugitives in North Carolina

Can a criminal defense attorney help me if I am a fugitive in NC? What does being a fugitive from another state even mean?  Fugitive from other states in North

Child Restraint Laws in NC

Drivers are often rightfully concerned about getting points on their driving record. As many people know, DMV points can eventually lead to license suspension. While people tend focus on speeding

Unlawful Possession of a Handgun in South Carolina

Unlawful possession of a handgun is a criminal charge in South Carolina. In general, possession of a registered handgun by a licensed person is legal in South Carolina.  However, there

Domestic Violence in South Carolina

If you have been charged with domestic violence in South Carolina, you can face a wide range of consequences. Like just about any other criminal charge, you should consult a


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