Understanding the Penalties for Domestic Violence in North Carolina

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The penalties for domestic violence can range from serious felonies to minor misdemeanors. However, both need to be taken very seriously when domestic violence has occurred. At Sparrow Law Firm, we understand there are always three sides to a story: yours, theirs, and the truth. We want to find the truth and determine the most
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Peace Orders in North Carolina

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Peace orders are another form of protection from abuse that can be brought for people who are not eligible for protective orders. If you’re suffering from abuse and not eligible for a protective order contact Michelle Sparrow to learn more about filing for a peace order.

Restoring Your License and Eligibility in North Carolina

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In the state of North Carolina, your license is a privilege, not a right. It is ultimately up to you to take the steps necessary to get your license restored. You need to demonstrate to the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles that you’re safe and ready to drive again. Contact criminal defense attorney Michelle
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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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