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Can I Get an Expungement in North Carolina?

What is an expungement? First, understand that expungement and expunction are used interchangeably in North Carolina statutes and mean the same thing. An expunction is a legal remedy for removing a criminal conviction or charge from a person’s...

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Don't Let Criminal Charges Ruin Your Life Without a Fight

North Carolina criminal statutes cover a wide range of conduct that is illegal, from theft to murder. These crimes are punishable by fines, imprisonment, and other consequences that can ruin your life. While the Tar Heel state's criminal laws...

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Don't Take a Larceny Charge Lightly Just Because It's a Misdemeanor

If you steal something in North Carolina and get caught, you will be charged with larceny. Depending on a range of factors, you could be charged with felony larceny or misdemeanor larceny. Felony charges are far more serious than misdemeanor charges,...

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Don't Face a Larceny Charge Without an Experienced Attorney

Whether you call it larceny, theft or robbery, if you get charged for taking something that doesn't belong to you, you could face some serious consequences. Before you decide to take on the case yourself and skip hiring a criminal lawyer, keep...

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Difference Between Misdemeanor Larceny vs. Felony Larceny

A criminal charge of misdemeanor or felony larceny is nothing to take lightly. Being labeled a dishonest person or a thief comes with real consequences. And jail timeĀ and other punishments are just the beginning. A conviction can affect your ability...

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