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Carrying A Concealed Weapon in North Carolina

Concealed carry or carrying a concealed weapon, also known as concealed carry describes having a weapon on or close to one’s person in public in a manner that is not visible to the public. Weapons are concealed for different reasons and not all con… Read More
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Categories: Weapons

What is a PJC?

If you’ve ever asked what is a prayer for judgement continued, or more simply what is a PJC then this article is for you. A PJC is the acronym for Prayer for Judgement Continued. Some people refer to it as a “get out of jail free card” because… Read More
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Categories: Traffic Violations
Warrant for Arrest

What Should I do If I Have a Warrant for Arrest?

An arrest warrant is an official document, signed by a judge (or magistrate), which authorizes a police officer to arrest a person named in the warrant. Warrants typically identify the crime for which the warrant for arrest has been issued. The first… Read More
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Why Get an Expungement in North Carolina?

After serving time for a past crime, you might think that the worst is over. However, that is not the case. Your past criminal record can speak against you in many future situations and it would be best to get an expungement in North Carolina. You sh… Read More
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Categories: Expungement

Top Five Questions About North Carolina Traffic Violations

Traffic tickets, speeding tickets, reckless driving, and other North Carolina traffic violations can be quite confusing. As an experienced traffic ticket attorney in Salisbury NC, I have gotten hundreds of questions from my clients about their speedi… Read More
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Categories: Traffic Violations
Recording Police Officers

Is It Illegal To Record Police Officers In North Carolina?

The answer is NO! Not only is it perfectly legal and okay to record police officers in North Carolina. It is not illegal to record police officers in North Carolina. I think it’s a great idea to record police officers. Filming police officers shoul… Read More
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When is self-defense actually self-defense in NC?

Most people think that people are allowed to defend themselves any time they are attacked, assaulted, or provoked. Well, the law on self-defense in North Carolina says otherwise, and with good reasons too. Generally, you can defend yourself but the l… Read More
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Categories: Assault, Self-Defense

Don’t Just Pay Your Speeding or Traffic Ticket Off

Getting a speeding or a traffic ticket isn’t a pleasant experience. It is documentary proof that you have run afoul of road traffic laws and can be a permanent stain on your record. If you ever get a speeding ticket always consult with a North Caro… Read More
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Categories: Traffic Violations
Right to remain silent

When Do You Have the Right to Remain Silent?

“You have the right to remain silent, or what you say can and will be use against you in a court of law” is a phrase that has been made popular by Hollywood crime movies. This sentence is part of the Miranda Warnings. So, when do you have the rig… Read More
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Should You Consent to a Police Search?

A police search is when a police officer searches either you and your clothing, or your home, your car, or any other possession. During the search the police officer is looking for any illegal drugs, contraband, weapons, or any evidence of illegal ac… Read More
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