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New Mecklenburg Criminal Diversion Program for Young Adults
New Mecklenburg Criminal Diversion Program for Young Adults

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) announced in June 2022 that it was implementing a new criminal diversion program for young adults . First-time offenders between the ages of 18 and 24 who commit lower-level crimes can be diverted from the traditional ...

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Blog Posts in 2022

  • Violent Crimes Are Up in Charlotte So Far in 2022

    The first half of 2022 saw an increase in violent crimes, according to the latest statistics released by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department . ...

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  • Uncontested Divorces Aren’t Necessarily Uncomplicated

    Many divorces aren’t volatile spectacles filled with name-calling. Some spouses simply know their marriage is no longer working and wish to go their ...

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  • Motorcycle Accidents Peak in Summer Months

    Summer is a popular season for motorcyclists. Day trips and simply enjoying the beautiful weather are common reasons to put on a helmet and hit the ...

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  • Registering Out-Of-State Orders Makes Them Enforceable in NC

    Moving is not uncommon in the U.S. According to Shyft, the average American moves close to 12 times during their life with about 10% of U.S. residents ...

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  • How Does Joint and Several Liability Affect My PI Claim?

    North Carolina is one of seven states that follow pure joint and several liability. The legal term applies in personal injury cases when multiple ...

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  • Firing Squad Not a Death Penalty Option in NC

    North Carolina is among about half the states in this country that still allow the death penalty for certain convictions. Our neighbor South Carolina ...

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  • Some NC Residents Might Get Back Their Suspended Driver’s License

    After four years, a settlement in a class-action lawsuit is poised to allow more than 185,000 North Carolinians to legally drive again. Chief Judge ...

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  • What Is Contributory Negligence in Personal Injury Cases?

    Many laws, regulations, and policies transform over time. One aspect of North Carolina personal injury law that appears firmly rooted is the adherence ...

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  • What’s the Difference Between Murder and Manslaughter?

    Homicide is a general term used when the death of a person is caused by another. The specific criminal charge depends on the circumstances and the ...

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