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- Roberts Admitted to Practice Before United States Supreme Court
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- A Federal Case May Mean Increased Penalties in Drug Prosecutions
- The Federal Sentencing Guidelines and Mandatory Minimum Sentences
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- North Carolina Law Strives to Take Race Out of Death Penalty Sentencing
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North Carolina vs. M.W.
Charge: Charge: Robbery with A Dangerous Weapon (4 Counts), First Degree Burglary, Conspiracy to Commit Robbery with A Dangerous Weapon
Facing: 12 - 17 years in prison
An incarcerated defendant accused our client of participating in the robbery of a group of youth at a party. We were able to raise doubt as to the credibility of this individual. In the end, the prosecutor dismissed these charges, citing a lack of evidence.