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Teen faces violent crimes charges after robbery at gunpoint

When juveniles in North Carolina face criminal charges, they will likely recognize the severity of their predicaments. When a teenager realizes that a conviction could include prison time, fines and probation, he or she will naturally consider his or her defense options. The potential consequences can be particularly severe if it involves violent crimes.


Hospital director of finance pleads guilty to white collar crimes

According to a report by the U.S. Department of Justice, a 46-year-old Kernersville woman pleaded guilty to multiple felony charges on a recent Tuesday. The woman, who had been working in the finance and accounting department of a North Carolina hospital for over 20 years, apparently stole over $3 million from her employer. The federal charges for white collar crimes included embezzlement that involved bank and wire fraud along with aggravated identity theft.

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