North Carolina Criminal Defense Law Blog

What Happens When a North Carolina Teacher is Facing Sex Crimes?

At the Roberts Law Group, PLLC, our Raleigh criminal defense attorneys know that being accused of a sex crime is life-changing for any of our North Carolina residents, as the stigma of

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How Should I Handle a Felony Arrest Warrant in North Carolina?

If you believe or are aware that a warrant has been issued for your arrest in North Carolina, do not take any chances with the police, your safety, or your

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What is the Difference Between State & Federal Crimes in North Carolina?

At Roberts Law Group, our skilled Raleigh criminal defense attorneys understand that the only thing more intimidating than being charged with a state crime in North Carolina is being charged with a federal

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Do I Need an Attorney if I am Wrongfully Accused of Sexual Assault in North Carolina

At the Roberts Law Group, our skilled founding partner and CEO, Patrick Roberts, has decades of experience handling sexual assault cases as both a prosecutor and a longtime criminal defense

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IS IT TIME’S UP FOR ROE V. WADE? IF SO, WHAT CAN WE EXPECT?

Anti-abortion believers have been fighting Roe v. Wade since it was decided nearly 50 years ago. We all have our own opinions, but the Supreme Court has held to the Roe ruling primarily to

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NORTH CAROLINA MAN ARRESTED IN RELATION TO HORRIFIC 2012 MURDER

Faith Hedgepeth, a 19-year-old sophomore at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, was found beaten to death and possibly raped in September 2012. She was found naked from the waist

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GABBY PETITO IS A HOMICIDE VICTIM, CORONER SAYS. WHAT HAPPENS NOW?

Human remains found in an undeveloped camping area near Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming are those of Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old woman from New York. Petito left in July

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NORTH CAROLINA VOTER ID LAW STRUCK DOWN AS DISCRIMINATORY

It’s unconstitutional to make it harder for people of a certain race to vote, even when the intention was partisan instead of racist, a North Carolina superior court has found.

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