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How to Get Resisting Arrest Charge Dropped

Facing charges for resisting arrest can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. A conviction for resisting arrest can have long-lasting consequences, including a criminal record that can impact an individual's future opportunities and relationships with law enforcement. However, it is essential to know that there are ways to challenge and pote...
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Expungement vs Sealing of Criminal Records in North Carolina

North Carolina allows individuals to seal or expunge certain adult criminal records. While you might think of expungement vs sealing as different terms, they are the same in North Carolina. In North Carolina, expungement, also called “sealing of records” or “expunction,” eradicates an individual's criminal records from public records. ...
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How to Submit Expungement Application to Delete Criminal Record

In North Carolina, it may be possible to have your criminal record expunged. Expungement is the process of the state removing your criminal convictions from your permanent record. They will no longer show up in a criminal background check. Getting your criminal record expunged is not easy, but it is worth it. This blog post will discuss the proces...
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How to Beat a DUI/ DWI: Winning Defense Strategies

If you're facing DUI/ DWI charges in North Carolina, you may feel overwhelmed, worried, or scared. Don't worry; you're not alone. Thousands of people each year are arrested for impaired driving. However, that doesn't mean you can't beat the charges and come out clean. Many defense strategies are available, and with the help of a knowledgeable and ...
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What Happens if You Refuse a Breathalyzer or Blood Test?

In North Carolina, you have the legal right to refuse to take a breath or blood test if officers pull you over and suspect you of driving while impaired (DWI). However, refusing a breathalyzer or blood test comes with consequences. If officers arrest you for DWI and you refuse to submit to testing, the DMV will automatically suspend your driver's ...
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