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What is considered criminal trespass in North Carolina?

Trespassing is generally known as the act of entering or remaining on someone else’s property without their permission. In North Carolina, criminal trespass is actually divided into two different categories — first and second degree. What is the difference between the two, and what are the consequences that may…

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Dozens of people recently arrested for street racing

Police in North Carolina recently wrapped up an investigation they have been working on for the past six months after receiving multiple complaints about organized street racing and aggressive driving in the Charlotte area. As a result of this investigation, dozens of people have been…

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Police arrest 2 believed responsible for fatal shooting

When looking up the different crimes people are arrested for in the Charlotte area, one seems to pop up most frequently — shootings. Just recently, two young men were arrested for a fatal shooting that occurred at a local Food Lion. If convicted, the consequences associated with…

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Don’t ignore criminal charges, no matter how they came about

When you face a problem in life, you, like many others in North Carolina and elsewhere, may simply hope that it will go away. If it is a small issue, it might go away without you having to address it, but more often, a problem…

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Teen facing serious charges for attempted robbery and kidnapping

A North Carolina teenager was recently arrested for allegedly tying up a woman at knifepoint. Authorities believe this was an attempted robbery and kidnapping. This young man is now facing several charges for the incident. If convicted, the consequences will be significant.   What happened?  According…

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What is needed to convict in credit card fraud cases

Identity theft comes in many forms. One of the most common these days is through credit card fraud. This is a matter that the state of North Carolina, as well as the federal government, takes seriously, as it can cost victims a lot — not…

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