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The Do's and Don'ts of Carrying a Concealed Handgun

Your permit to carry a concealed handgun must be carried along with valid identification wherever the handgun is being carried. When approached or addressed by any officer, you must disclose the fact that you have a valid concealed handgun permit and inform the officer that ...

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  • Posting Bail in North Carolina

    When someone is arrested for a criminal charge in North Carolina there is usually a lot of different processes going on at the same time, this mass of ...

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  • Marsy’s Law

    In 2018, North Carolina voters approved a new amendment to the North Carolina Constitution known as Marsy’s Law the Crime Victim’s Rights Amendment ...

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  • When the Police Call, How Do You Answer?

    One of the most daunting situations to be faced with in life is to be contacted by the police regarding a crime or a potential charge against you. An ...

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  • Communicating Threats

    Communicating Threats; A charge commonly seen in North Carolina District Court and as a headline in some of the recent North Carolina Court of Appeals ...

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  • Felons and Firearms

    It is a well-known fact that once you are convicted of a felony, you lose certain rights and privileges. Some of these losses include the right to ...

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  • What are Deferred Prosecutions and Should I Do One?

    A North Carolina deferred prosecution, simply put, is a contract between a criminal defendant and the State of North Carolina. Deferred Prosecutions ...

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  • Cyberstalking in North Carolina

    Cyberstalking, the Crime In today’s world where just about everyone has a smartphone and communication is often completely digital, cyberstalking has ...

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  • Posting Bail in North Carolina

    Many cases in North Carolina begin when you’re charged with a crime and are then arrested; but once you’ve been arrested, what happens next? The ...

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  • North Carolina Probation Violations

    One of the most common punishments after a criminal conviction in North Carolina is being placed on probation. There are two kinds of probation in ...

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  • Why You Should Plead “Not Guilty” at Arraignment

    After an arrest, an arraignment--the first court hearing--will be scheduled within 30 days or so. Once you are read the charges filed against you and ...

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  • Carrying a Concealed Weapon in North Carolina

    North Carolina closely regulates the carrying of concealed weapons by the public. NCGS 14-269 prohibits the carrying of deadly weapons, except as ...

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  • Miranda Rights Misconceptions

    The Miranda Warning, commonly known as being ‘Mirandized,’ is one of the most talked about and misunderstood aspects of criminal arrest and ...

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  • What Are Criminal Summons and Private Warrants?

    When an officer knocks on your door and hands you a criminal summons, what does that mean? While most of us will never experience this, many citizens ...

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  • 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. ...

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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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  • Top 6 Things To Know About Your Miranda Rights

    You have been recently arrested, written a citation, or questioned by police and NOT read your Miranda Rights. Does that matter? Can your case be ...

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  • The Risks Of Self-Representation In Criminal Cases

    People in North Carolina are often encouraged to take care of things themselves. If one goes into a local bookstore, that person would find dozens of ...

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