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Economic Crimes in North Carolina

Not all crimes involve drugs, guns, or violence. Economic and property crimes are a form of theft that is typically non-violent. They are sometimes referred to as “financial” crimes or, more commonly, “white collar” crimes. Many of these crimes involve organized, sophisticated schemes intended to…

Digital Evidence in Child Porn Cases

Few criminal charges are more serious than those related to child pornography. If you’ve been charged in a child porn case, it likely hinges on digital evidence collected from computers, smartphones, or external storage drives. Because digital evidence is so important to child porn case…

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Any type of legal matter can have significant implications for your rights, which is why working with skilled legal counsel is essential. Whether you’ve been injured in an accident or arrested on criminal charges, it’s in your best interests to retain an experienced attorney as…

New North Carolina Law Will Make Spiking a Drink a Felony

In North Carolina, spiking a drink is not enough to get charged with a crime. For prosecutors to take action, there must be evidence that you poisoned food, or that you spiked a drink and then attempted or committed a sexual assault. This spring, the…

Can a Mistake on a Gun Application Lead to Criminal Charges?

While there is a right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the ability to do so for some types of weapons is still heavily regulated. To own a handgun, for example, certain legal requirements must be met under local and…

What Makes Evidence in an NC Criminal Case Inadmissible?

A basic principle of the U.S. criminal justice system is that a prosecutor must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt to convict someone accused of a crime. Evidence is the foundation for meeting this burden, and it’s also essential to the defense of an accused…