Criminal Defense

Eyewitness Accounts Shouldn’t Be Taken As Absolute Truth

Researchers studying the validity of recounted memories have discovered something that many criminal defense lawyers have known for quite some time, “Memories can be unreliable.” According to the researchers from

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Charlotte Company Facing Federal Fraud Charges

Money laundering and conspiracy to defraud the federal government are just two of the charges that a local Charlotte company is facing after a grand jury voted to indict Boggs

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Meth Troubles Continue To Follow Trawick

Last year, David Trawick was arrested for cooking meth near his Marshville home. This year, Trawick is in jail again, along with his wife and two other women after sheriff’s

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Green Seeks Review Of Blood Evidence In 1993 Murder Case

Daniel Green, who was convicted of murdering Michael Jordan’s father, James Jordan, in 1993, still maintains that he was falsely accused and wrongly convicted of the man’s death. Green has renewed his

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I Got A DWI. Do I Need A Lawyer?

Even if it is your first drunk driving charge, you should at the very least talk to a lawyer about your options; many DWI attorneys offer a free initial consultation.

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Charges Dropped Against Woman Who Claimed To Hire A Hitman

According to the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office, Deanna Pruitt had contacted one of their police informants, inquiring about hiring the person to kill an acquaintance of hers. Pruitt allegedly offered

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Cary Coach Caught In Online Chat Room For Minors

After a perfect season at the helm of the Green Hope women’s soccer team that culminated in a state championship, former coach Robert Peterson is facing another battle, this time

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4th Of July Stops Net 1,700 NC DWI Charges

North Carolina law enforcement is calling Operation Firecracker a success, reporting that 1,737 people were arrested and charged with drunk driving between June 28 and July 7 as part of

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