Know Your Rights in North Carolina Criminal Cases
Being charged with a crime can be a serious and life-changing event. For those facing charges, it is important not only to retain effective representation, but also to fully understand what to expect from the legal process. Here, our lawyers share helpful blog posts that explore a number of relevant criminal defense topics, including specific local law, your rights, possible outcomes, and much more.
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How Changes to North Carolina’s Expungement Laws May Help You On December 1, 2017, significant changes were made to North Carolina’s expungement laws. Will these changes help you expunge your criminal record?
Top 10 Things Not to Do If You Have Been Charged With Committing a Crime Have you been arrested? If so, there are essential things that you do not want to do—whether you are innocent or guilty—that could hurt your criminal defense.
How the Post-Release Supervision Program Works in North Carolina How does parole work in North Carolina? Once you serve your minimum sentence, you may be released into the post-release supervision program.
Sheyenne's Law: Punishments for Boating While Impaired to Increase Penalties are increasing for offenses involving Boating While Impaired. If you have been charged with drunk boating, contact at Browning & Long.