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  • Do Sudden Changes in Your Teen Have You Concerned About Drugs?
    Do Sudden Changes in Your Teen Have You Concerned About Drugs?

    You may be among the many parents who dreaded your child reaching the teenage years. You expected mood swings, attitudes and a reluctance to spend time with you, but you may have been pleasantly ...

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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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  • Don't Cheat Yourself out of a Defense Against Tax Fraud Charges
    Don't Cheat Yourself out of a Defense Against Tax Fraud Charges

    North Carolina readers know that white collar crime charges are serious, and while these types of crimes typically lack a violent element, they can still lead to grave consequences. One of the most ...

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  • Winston-Salem Accident Causes Personal Injury
    Winston-Salem Accident Causes Personal Injury

    While most drivers are likely aware of the potential of being involved in a traffic accident, there is often little they can do in certain instances to avoid the negligent acts of others. In fact, on ...

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  • If You Refuse to Walk and Turn, Will You Lose Your License?
    If You Refuse to Walk and Turn, Will You Lose Your License?

    If you happen to be driving home after a night out with friends in North Carolina, and a police officer flashes lights for you to pull over, the incident will be far from isolated. This type of thing ...

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  • Does the Government Suspect a Problem with Your Mortgage?
    Does the Government Suspect a Problem with Your Mortgage?

    When you buy or sell a home in North Carolina, you typically have no choice but to navigate a sometimes complicated process to bring your prospective deal to a close. You may only have firsthand ...

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