Law Change Ups Ante on Sex Crimes for Some School Workers

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Anyone faced with a sex crime charge in North Carolina faces serious consequences if they are convicted. And with action taken recently by the General Assembly, the stakes have been raised even higher, at least for certain individuals who work around students in the state’s school systems. Lawmakers gave final approval late last month to
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‘Undercover Colors’ The New Litmus Test For Date Rape Drugs

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Cases involving allegations of date rape are very difficult to prosecute and defend. They involve complicated laws and fact patters, often dependant on “he said, she said” evidence. A conviction for date rape can lead to significant jail time and sex offender registration. When the case involves date rape drugs, like Rohypnol, Xanax and GHB
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Legal Representation Crucial If You Are Charged With A Sex Crime

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State and federal law enforcement agents are very aggressive when it comes to allegations of sexual assault, statutory rape, child pornography and other similar offenses. If you are under investigation for a sex crime or have already been charged, you likely understand that you are in a very bad situation. You also likely realize that you
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Your Home Is Your Castle, Unless You’re A Registered Sex Offender

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WNCN News published an article on its website in October about registered sex offenders and a “loophole” in state law. Registered sex offenders, the station reported, are allowed to live as close to a school or daycare center as they want if they lived there before Aug. 16, 2006. The magic date is the day
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