Shoplifting Can Result In A Misdemeanor Or Felony Charge

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Shoplifting is a significant issue nationwide, including here in North Carolina. This is a problem that costs businesses and consumers a pretty penny every year and, as such, is not something that is taken lightly. Those accused of shoplifting may face a number of consequences if prosecutors are able to secure a conviction. Shoplifting is
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What Is The Penalty For Shoplifting In North Carolina? P2

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People may think that shoplifting is a “victimless” crime, but the law doesn’t see it that way. Shoplifting is theft, and theft is theft whether it’s a scarf from Belk or a scarf from a woman’s handbag. In our last post, we talked about the different types of shoplifting. Here, we promised to talk about
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Accounting Director Accused Of Embezzling From Foundation

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The former accounting director of a charitable foundation in North Carolina has been accused of embezzling $400,000. The embezzlement supposedly occurred at the foundation over a three year period. The 50-year-old woman charged with the theft had worked for the foundation for close to nine years. This individual is facing charges of embezzlement, obtaining property
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Why Ingesting Any Amount of Alcohol May Result in a DWI Charge

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North Carolina drivers who are convicted of driving while intoxicated often face harsh penalties including fines, driver’s license revocation and even jail time. Because of the considerable financial and personal costs associated with a DWI, it’s critical that individuals facing a DWI charge secure legal representation. In North Carolina, if a police officer suspects a
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Real Life Drama: Actor Arrested for DWI in North Carolina

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Though he has appeared in a number of popular and critically acclaimed films, including “Thelma & Louise,” “Fatal Instinct,” “Grumpy Old Men” and “The Perfect Storm,” actor Christopher McDonald is perhaps best known for his role as Shooter McGavin in 1996’s “Happy Gilmore.” But a cloud is hanging over McDonald’s long and successful acting career
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