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Defending oneself against federal crimes


Certain theft crimes in North Carolina sometimes fall under the realm of federal crimes. This means that they may have long-lasting consequences. Because of this, it is important that when it comes to allegations of a theft crime, one understands the defense arguments that potentially can be made.

What constitutes embezzlement in North Carolina?


Being accused of a white collar crime in North Carolina can be a devastating blow. Not only does one face penalties such as incarceration and fines, but they may also find their professional reputation has been torn to shreds. Unfortunately, people are quick to judge even before a trial, and a person accused of a white collar crime might not only lose their job, but find that their future job prospects are bleak as well. For these reasons, it is important to understand the various types of white collar crimes. One of these crimes is embezzlement.

Avoid a DUI charge by making plans for New Year's parties


Drivers in North Carolina are familiar with others telling them to drive safe. Depending on the time of year and even the time of day that could mean very different things. In the winter months, it could mean drive cautiously and watch for ice on the roads. At night it could mean be attentive and don't drive if you are too tired. During the winter holidays, it certainly means to avoid drinking and driving, especially during a major holiday celebration -- New Year's Eve. In fact, local authorities and organizations are stressing that North Carolina residents should make a plan for transportation to and from their New Year's parties.

North Carolina husband and wife face charges of insurance fraud


White-collar crimes, such as embezzlement, tax fraud, identity theft or insurance fraud occur every day in North Carolina. These crimes are taken very seriously by the authorities, so it is important to understand how to defend against such allegations.

What are the penalties for DUI with a child in the car?


In North Carolina, there are a number of aggravating factors which can increase the penalties for a DUI charge. One of these is having a child passenger in the car. It is not uncommon for a parent to be arrested on this charge after taking the family out to dinner and having a couple of glasses of wine or beer. Many people who find themselves in this situation have never been arrested before, and it can be a scary and humiliating experience.

Fake money used to purchase video game consoles and burgers

Facing criminal charges can be daunting. But when you are charged with a federal crime, things can become complicated and confusing quickly. Federal crimes can include drug charges, income tax fraud, and even mortgage fraud.

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