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How Innocent People Become Wrongfully Incriminated
How Innocent People Become Wrongfully Incriminated

A number of people in North Carolina and throughout the U.S. currently sit behind bars, serving a sentence imposed on them by a court of law. Surprisingly, however, not all people in prison are guilty of committing a crime. According to the National Registry of Exonerations, ...

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Blog posts in December, 2016

  • Agreeing On What Child Support Will Cover

    When North Carolina parents divorce, if their children are younger than 18, one parent might end up paying child support to the other. Usually, the ...

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  • North Carolina Considers Law To Expand Schedule 1 Controlled Substances

    Legislators in North Carolina are considering a new law that would increase the penalties associated with certain drug crimes. The law specifically ...

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  • What Is The Max Time I’m Facing With Multiple Misdemeanors In NC?

    When imposing a sentence on more than one misdemeanor offense, a judge may order a concurrent or consecutive sentence. A concurrent sentence means ...

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  • How Does Felony Sentencing Work In NC?

    Like misdemeanor sentencing, felonies in North Carolina are sentenced according to structured sentencing, which bases your punishment on a grid that ...

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  • WCNC Talks With Mark Jetton About A Twice Convicted Drunk Driver

    WCNC recently spoke with Attorney Mark Jetton about a twice convicted drunk driver who recently killed a local grandmother. Mr. Jetton explains how ...

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