Criminal Defense

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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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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Drug Dog Better Be On Time: High Court Strengthens Fourth Amendment in Sniffing Case

Too bad, officer. If your drug dog isn’t handy, you can’t keep the driver waiting. According to Julian Hattem with the Hill, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled yesterday that officers

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Trial By Zoom: What Are The Implications For Criminal Cases?

As it becomes more apparent that the coronavirus is here to stay – at least for the foreseeable future – the pandemic raises questions about court proceedings and jury trials.

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Commotion ensues as police search 18-year-old Raleigh man suspected of drug possession

RALEIGH N.C. – A police search operation turned into a high-stress situation that has left one officer injured and placed two young men in custody. According to a report, Raleigh Police

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Raleigh parents arrested for alleged child abuse of four-month old baby

RALEIGH N.C. – On October 25, 2019, police executed a warrant to arrest Verdine Dunn, 24, for allegedly abusing his four-month-old daughter. The baby’s mother, Nicole Latorre, 34, was also arrested

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Border searches: Can the police search the contents of your cell phone?

Most of us have seen some television rendition of a border search-multiple lines of cars lined up to cross the border, border patrol agents and drug-sniffing dogs strewn about, and

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What You Need to Know Before Flying Your Drone

As of January 2021, there are almost 1.8 million drones registered in the United States. Of those drones, 71% of registrations were for recreational purposes. As technology continues to advance, making drones

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