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Part III: Firearms Rights Restoration - Making a Constitutional Challenge to Restore Your Right to Own or Possess in North Carolina

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SECOND AMENDMENT: SUBJECT OF HOT DEBATE

Debating the Second Amendment is not something we will do here. All we will say is that the Second Amendment is open to interpretation based on history and context. Well-meaning people can argue that the average law-abiding citizen has the inviolable right to own or possess a firearm. Other well-meaning people may argue that the right only goes so far, or does not apply to the individual citizen at all.

AG Calls For Nationwide Restoration Of Voting Rights After Felony Conviction

Attorney General Eric Holder revealed another mission of the U.S. Department of Justice during a recent speech at Georgetown University: the restoration of voting rights to those convicted of felony crimes. Holder asserted that restrictions on voting rights - some that last for the entire life of the person convicted - are remnants of a racially biases criminal justice system of the past.

Thorough Investigation Drops Felony Sex Offense To Misdemeanor

Two prosecutors have taken several months to evaluate the evidence surrounding accusations of a felony sex assault made by a then-14-year-old girl against a then-17-year-old boy. Whether the two engaged in a sex act was never in question; the boy admitted to having intercourse with the girl, but asserted that it was not rape. Both prosecutors determined that the evidence was insufficient to pursues a felony conviction and related criminal punishment.

Instagram Photos Lead To Felon-In-Possession Charges

The first piece of advice you'll likely hear from any criminal defense attorney is to keep quiet about the charges you face. Whether you did or did not commit the crime you have been accused of, anything you say can be used against you in court.

Does A Solicitation Charge Require Actually Meeting The Minor?

Solicitation of a minor to commit an unlawful sex act by a computer or other electronic means is made criminal by N.C. G.S. § 14-202.3. If you are 16 or older and "entice, advise, coerce, order or command" a minor under the age of 16 and who is at least five years younger than you are to meet with you to engage in an unlawful sex act, you can be charged with solicitation of a minor in North Carolina.

Duke LaCrosse Accuser Found Guilty Of Murder In Own Trial

Crystal Magnum has been found guilty of second degree murder in the stabbing death of her then-boyfriend Reginald Daye in 2011. The 12-person jury took two days to come to the guilty verdict in a case that pitted the prosecution's version of murder against the defense team's version of self defense.

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