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What factors impact theft charges in North Carolina?

There are many crimes where state-specific laws can make a significant difference in potential charges and consequences. Theft is one type of crime where the situation an accused person may face can vary quite a bit between states. In North Carolina, theft is prosecuted more often than…

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Did your artistic expression result in vandalism charges?

Getting in trouble with police often seems like a nightmare no one wants to encounter in real life. Unfortunately, many North Carolina residents could find themselves stopped, questioned or even arrested by police for various reasons, some of which may not feel completely valid. Nonetheless,…

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Police arrest 1 man, looking for another person involved in theft

Recently, equipment was reportedly stolen from the Burke County Search and Rescue team. Authorities say they have arrested one man responsible for the crime, but they are still looking for at least one other person believed to be involved in the incident. The accused and…

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Arson is a serious property crime in North Carolina

In North Carolina, a property crime is a serious criminal offense. Of all the property crimes that exist, though, arson is considered one of the most significant due to how dangerous it is. Not only is property damaged, but people can be injured as well.…

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North Carolina man facing misdemeanor larceny charges

Near the end of May, a North Carolina man was arrested for allegedly stealing merchandise from a store located in the Charlotte area. This individual has been charged with several counts of misdemeanor larceny. A conviction on these charges could have significant criminal and personal…

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When does theft become a felony in North Carolina?

Theft refers to the unlawful taking of another person’s property without consent or the legal right to do so. Under North Carolina law, theft goes by another name: “Larceny.” Regardless of which term the charges against you use, you face criminal penalties. The severity of…

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