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I’ve Been Charged With a Criminal Offense. Now What?

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The process that takes place once you have been charged with a criminal offense can vary depending on the severity and nature of the crime. If there is probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed, you will either be released with a citation or arrested. Instead of either of these, you may…

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Beware: Craig’s List Casual Encounters May Result in Criminal Charges

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People flock to sites like Craig’s List for dating, or even a casual hookup. There’s absolutely nothing unlawful about that. Some people use these websites as an outlet or hope to find another person with their own unique interests. There’s nothing illegal about that, either, even when those interests are not exactly mainstream or are…

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3 Common Online Transgressions that Can Result in Criminal Charges

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From almost the moment that the Internet became readily available, computer crimes have been occurring. In some cases, the offenses are seemingly benign, like downloading pirated music. Other times, Internet crimes are intentionally malicious, such as situations where someone steals sensitive data. In Raleigh, criminal charges may result from numerous online transgressions, and the penalties…

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NC Judges Have Highest Conviction Rates for Certain Criminal Charges

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The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) of Syracuse Universityroutinely researches numerous facets of the US government and publishes the data it finds. The nonpartisan group is part of the university’s Whitman School of Management and it does not profit from any published works. Through the years, their reports have covered everything fromfederal enforcement, to spending…

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Fewer Criminal Charges in Raleigh Are Being Pursued

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Earlier, we discussed a document released by North Carolina, which indicated that the number of criminal charges being pressed were declining statewide. Raleigh is following suit with the rest of the state, and overall, there has been a 5% annual reduction locally. Although it’s not as good as the 7% reduction statewide, Raleigh fared better…

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North Carolina Reveals the 5 Most Common Criminal Charges

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Overall, crime in North Carolina has reduced in the past year, according to a recent report released by the state. Despite the decline,criminal charges in Raleigh are a common occurrence, and are very serious if you face them. Theft There were 198,893 cases of larceny, which was down 5% from the prior year’s 209,567 incidents.…

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What You Need to Know Before “Cooperating” With an Investigation

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The authorities want you to think that they’re gathering evidence so they can locate another suspect or they’ll tell you that you’re only a name on a list that they need to rule out, but nothing could be farther than the truth. If you don’t contact a criminal defense attorney the moment you get so…

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FBI Report on Arson and Related Criminal Charges

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Law enforcement and the judicial system treat arson cases very seriously, and with good cause. Fires that are intentionally set commonly lead to injury and loss of life. At the very least, there are financial costs involved and whenever evidence points to a specific suspect, criminal charges are involved, too. Many government agencies, including the…

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What Happens When You Get Criminal Charges in Raleigh

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In the United States, few people understand how the system works until they, themselves, or a loved one have criminal charges brought up against them. This is a brief synopsis, but keep in mind that details will vary from case to case and only a lawyer familiar with your particular circumstances can properly advise you.…

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