When to Contact a Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney

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Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, demonstrates when an individual should take action of contacting an attorney for counsel in North Carolina. You receive a call from a police officer asking you to come in for questioning. At that point you have just learned that you are part of an ongoing investigation. That is when
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Transcription – Prescription Fraud in North Carolina Video

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Return back to Prescription Fraud   Transcriptions Generally in my experience what happens with prescription fraud is a person has a genuine medical issue and at some point they have been prescribed narcotics and they have got dependency on narcotics. Unfortunately, sometimes that escalates and then a person might get ahold of a prescription pad,
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Self Defense in Raleigh, North Carolina

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Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, discusses the rules and case law regarding self defense during an assault in North Carolina. In the state of North Carolina, you have the right to defend yourself. An individual may use deadly force or kill an attacker if they believe their actions necessary to prevent their own bodily
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Felony Levels in Raleigh, North Carolina

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Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, demonstrates the varying levels of felonies in North Carolina. In the state of North Carolina, felonies are organized into 10 categories, with Class A Felony being the most serious offenses and Class I being the least: Class A Felony Class B1 Felony Class B2 Felony Class C Felony Class
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Possession of an Illegal Substance in Raleigh, North Carolina

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Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, explains why someone may be charged with possession of an illegal substance in North Carolina. Constructive Possession and Actual Possession are two ways that the state of North Carolina can prove possession of an illegal substance. Actual Possession is the most commonly understood form of possession where an individual
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