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White Collar Offenses
White Collar Offenses

Throughout the years, professionals, journalists, and even lawyers have struggled to find a uniform definition of “white-collar” crimes. You may be thinking to yourself... “is there blue-collar crime?” In a sense, that is a simplistic way of simplifying this broad term. ...

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Blog posts in September, 2023

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    Sports are our country’s favorite pastime and with football season in full swing, fans will be flocking back to the stadium to cheer on the players ...

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  • Domestic Violence on College Campuses in North Carolina

    Domestic violence cases are some of the most serious and difficult cases in the North Carolina Justice System. When the case involves people on a ...

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  • Is it Legal to Film the Police in North Carolina?

    In today’s modern age of smartphones and the internet, almost everyone has encountered or seen videos of police interactions. The days when camera ...

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  • Jason St. Aubin Teaches Criminal Law at the UNC School of Government

    Senior Attorney Jason St. Aubin traveled to Chapel Hill to lecture at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Government for the ...

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  • Hazing In North Carolina

    College is starting up again for thousands of students across North Carolina. It brings the beginning of athletic seasons, club sports, the rushing ...

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  • Concealed Handgun Permits and Criminal Charges in North Carolina

    One of the most common questions from Defendants in criminal cases is, what is going on with my concealed handgun permit? The answer to this question ...

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  • Campus Police Authority In North Carolina

    College students all over North Carolina are returning to campus. While class begins in earnest, so will extracurricular activities… some of which can ...

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  • Football Season Crimes

    To be completely clear, North Carolina law, specifically, North Carolina General Statute § 14-447(a) states that there is no prosecution for public ...

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  • What is a Conditional Discharge and How Can it Help Me?

    If you have been charged with a crime, you may qualify for a diversion program or some sort of deferred prosecution that ends in a dismissal of the ...

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