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College Safety in Raleigh and Criminal Charges Called into Question

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

The magazine U.S. News and World Report publishes a yearly guide to the country’s best colleges. The 2015 edition now hosts new information, such as crime statistics. Most universities are required by the federal government to report this data, and it contains a mixture of offenses and arrests involving incidents both on and off-campus. It’s…

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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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Studies Show Innocent People Still Need a Criminal Defense Attorney

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The number of exonerations today is astounding. Although estimates of innocent people convicted, in prison, or put to death may vary, one thing is for certain. Although people are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, it often doesn’t occur that way. Believing their innocence is known, or cooperating with the expectation that they will…

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Are Raleigh’s Sobriety Checkpoints Effective at Curbing DWI Incidents?

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The topic of sobriety checkpoints in Raleigh is always a heated one. On one hand, proponents of them conclude that they help keep drunk drivers off the road. On the other hand, those against them claim they are ineffective and often argue that they’re intrusive, or area violation of their rights. Scope of the Problem…

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Research Shows Fewer Raleigh DWI Charges Are Dismissed

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WNCN news recently dug into the number of DWI charges throughout North Carolina and they were surprised to find that there were vast differences in the number of cases each district is dismissing. On average, 21% of drunk-driving charges in the state are thrown out for one reason or another. However, in Granville, Harnett, Lee…

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