What Constitutes Domestic Violence Charges?

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Domestic violence is defined by the state of North Carolina when a person commits physical, emotional, financial, or sexual abuse with someone they share a relationship with. Domestic violence is no laughing matter. If you are a victim of domestic violence, please seek help today by contacting Michelle Sparrow. Raleigh location Wilmington location

The Legal Consequences of Opioid Abuse in North Carolina

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The recent increase in availability of opioid drugs has created a crisis in the state of North Carolina as the number of illegal users skyrockets. This rise in abuse is due to the frequency these drugs are being prescribed by doctors who are facing pressure from big pharmaceutical companies. Being addicted to these pain relievers
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North Carolina’s New Expungement Law is Good News for Nonviolent Offenders

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Having a criminal record can make it impossible to do things like get a job, apply for housing, or pass background checks. Previously, the North Carolina expungement law meant waiting years and years to petition for a cleared record. The new expungement law for North Carolina went into effect on December 1st, 2017, and it’s
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