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March 2017 Archives

Did you get arrested for carrying your prescription medicine?

Many North Carolina residents rely on their prescription drugs just to make it through the day. Pain medications can work miracles to help someone alleviate back pain that would normally prevent a worker from doing his or her job. Sleeping pills can help an insomniac get the bed rest his or she needs, and psychological medications can calm a patient's unbearable anxiety.

How does the government spend its crime enforcement money?

If you were to ask the average person how the federal government is spending its crime-enforcement dollars, he or she would probably say it's spent on drug enforcement. However, a new report released by the Department of Justice last Thursday shows that the federal government is spending half of its crime-enforcement resources on immigration violations.

The Second Amendment in the 21st Century: The Twin Developments of Constitutional Carry and Bans on Assault Weapons

It's not hard to see a future where many states allow so-called "constitutional carry" - your gun on your hip or in your purse - so long as it's not a submachine gun.

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How does a DUI plea bargain work?

Every drunk driving case in North Carolina is different. Depending on the case, a defense lawyer might be able to defend his or her client's innocence. In other situations, a conviction could be likely. When a conviction is likely, your DUI lawyer might encourage you to try and negotiate a plea bargain agreement with the prosecution.

Police say they found 16 pounds of marijuana in hotel room

Police conducted a search in two Budget Inn rooms earlier this week. The search resulted in the arrest of a 25-year-old man. Allegedly, the man was hiding 16 pounds of marijuana in his hotel room. Police say that as soon as they entered one room, the man ran away on foot, but they apprehended him shortly thereafter.

North Carolina teacher accused of heroin possession

A teacher employed in Franklin County was arrested along with her husband after police claim they found heroin in her vehicle. Police made the arrest of the 29-year-old woman and her 32-year-old husband on a recent Thursday evening in Franklinton. At the time of the arrest, their vehicle also contained their young children.

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