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What is second degree rape in North Carolina?

When facing criminal charges and seeking defense representation, an individual will first want the lawyer to be proficient in criminal law. A …

Answered by A. Patrick Roberts, 2 years ago

What is 2nd degree sex offense in North Carolina?

If you are charged with driving under the influence (”DUI”) on base at Fort Bragg, your first step should be to consult an attorney about …

Answered by A. Patrick Roberts, 2 years ago

How to get a felony dropped or reduced to a misdemeanor in North Carolina?

When facing criminal charges and seeking defense representation, an individual will first want the attorney to be proficient in criminal law. A …

Answered by A. Patrick Roberts, 2 years ago

What is first degree sex offense in North Carolina?

There are generally two types of first degree sex offense. A first degree forcible sex offense is when a person engages in a sexual act with another …

Answered by A. Patrick Roberts, 3 years ago

Do mothers always get custody of their children in North Carolina?

No, mothers do not always get custody of their children in North Carolina. In North Carolina, the law says that the judge must decide child custody …

Answered by Angela W. McIlveen, 3 years ago

What is the best way to find a personal injury lawyer in North Carolina?

There are several factors to consider in finding the best lawyer to handle your North Carolina personal injury case. First, you should make sure the …

Answered by John M. McCabe, 4 years ago

Should I hire an attorney for a wrongful death case in North Carolina?

If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, and you feel it was caused by the misconduct or negligence of another, you should seek the advice of …

Answered by Rebecca J. Britton, 4 years ago

Can I sue if I am attacked by a dog in North Carolina?

The simple answer is yes.  North Carolina holds the dog owner liable in the case of dog bites due to his or her ownership and control …

Answered by Rebecca J. Britton, 4 years ago

Do I need a lawyer after a car wreck in North Carolina?

After a car wreck, or any other vehicular accident, including trucks or motorcycles, seek medical attention.  After seeking medical attention, …

Answered by Rebecca J. Britton, 4 years ago

Can I sue for malpractice in North Carolina?

If the negligence of a health care provider or health care professional causes significant damage, permanent damage, or even death, you may have a …

Answered by Rebecca J. Britton, 4 years ago

Can I Sue For Wrongful Death In North Carolina?

Yes. North Carolina has specific laws that allow a family to pursue a wrongful death claim.  A wrongful death case exists when someone’s …

Answered by John M. McCabe, 4 years ago

Do I Need A Lawyer After A Car Accident In North Carolina?

Several studies, including those commissioned by the insurance industry, have shown that in most car accident cases, reputable lawyers achieve higher …

Answered by John M. McCabe, 4 years ago

Can I Sue A Hit And Run Driver In North Carolina?

Victims of hit-and-run drivers in North Carolina have two options for seeking a monetary recovery on account of injuries sustained in a hit-and-run …

Answered by Jon R. Moore, 4 years ago

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