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Blog Posts in April, 2018

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  • Is a Dwi a Misdemeanor or Felony Offense?
    Is a Dwi a Misdemeanor or Felony Offense?

    If you have found yourself facing a criminal charge, you are likely to have a lot of questions about what it all means and what consequences you may face if convicted. It is okay. You can get all of ...

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  • Police Say Woman Committed Fraud, Filed over 200 False Claims
    Police Say Woman Committed Fraud, Filed over 200 False Claims

    The criminal codes of each state, including in North Carolina, establish various so-called "white-collar" crimes, including a category of statutory offenses that are modern variations on the ...

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  • Dwi, Other Charges Filed After North Carolina Crash
    Dwi, Other Charges Filed After North Carolina Crash

    When driving on a North Carolina interstate in the dark, it may be relatively easy for some drivers to accidentally overlook a merging vehicle. Unfortunately, an accident has recently sent multiple ...

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  • Elderly North Carolina Man Killed in Speed-Related Car Crash
    Elderly North Carolina Man Killed in Speed-Related Car Crash

    When a person just receives a driver's license, there is often much he or she must still learn through the experience of driving. Unfortunately, basic rules, such as following the speed limit, must be ...

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  • North Carolina Man Faces Multiple Drug Charges
    North Carolina Man Faces Multiple Drug Charges

    The United States Constitution provides a variety of protections to those in the country. While most people have a basic understanding of the rights they have as a result, many in North Carolina and ...

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