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Category: Criminal Defense

What Is a Confidential Informant?

A confidential informant (CI) is an individual who gives information about on-going criminal activity to the police. Informants usually provide information in exchange for reduced charges or immunity, though CIs can be individuals facing no criminal charges themselves. Both federal and state law enforcement officers…

Managing a College Administrative Hearing and Criminal Charges

If you’ve been charged with a crime, even a minor offense, you may be shocked when you learned that it has led to a disciplinary proceeding at your school. You may be aware of the potential criminal punishments you are facing, but the disciplinary process…

How Domestic Violence Will Impact Your Job

Domestic violence charges are some of the most damaging criminal charges you can face. A conviction could result in jail time, fines, and mandatory treatment programs. In addition, domestic violence charges carry a stigma that many other crimes do not – a stigma that could…

Aggravating Factors in a Drug Crimes Case

North Carolina’s sentencing laws are complex and it can be difficult for non-lawyers to understand exactly what penalties they are facing. When it comes to drug charges, you could be facing years in prison and thousands of dollars in fines. It is critical to know…

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…