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July 2015 Archives

Assistant professor arrested on sex charges involving minor

When an educator is accused of sex crimes involving a minor, the media can quickly convict the person before the case even goes to trial. While everyone is presumed innocent unless he or she is found guilty in a court law, that's just not always the way things go sometimes.

What does the 'fruit of the poisonous tree' mean?

Most people know that police can search a home or business if they have a search warrant. The process of obtaining such a warrant may not be as familiar. It all boils down to probable cause and whether the police have probable cause to get a search warrant. If a judge believes there is probable cause to search for items relating to criminal activity, then he or she will sign and issue the search warrant.

New bill may require ignition interlocks for first DUI offense

North Carolina legislators will be voting on a new bill that supporters hope will make it much more difficult for convicted drunk drivers to drive again. The bill is referred to as "Gray's law," and if it becomes law, those convicted of their first drunk driving offense will be required to install an ignition interlock device on their vehicles.

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