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North Carolina woman accused of violent offense

A woman has been charged in the death of her sister following an alleged shooting in Carolina Beach, according to local law enforcement. In the face of such a violent offense, the charges are severe -- she faces a charge of second-degree murder for her supposed connection with the death. North Carolina authorities have been closed-mouthed about what may have precipitated the incident.

Man arrested in North Carolina for sexually related offenses

Being arrested for any number of reasons can be scary. Regardless of the circumstances involved, facing charges for criminal offenses does not automatically make a suspect guilty. In North Carolina, sexually related offenses vary from case to case. Even those that appear to be the most bizarre of offenses are subject to proof beyond reasonable doubt.

North Carolina criminal defense: Did dad threaten bullies?

Bullying in schools has become a major issue all around the country. Many states, such as North Carolina, have been trying to improve the situation by passing laws against it. While the situation may be improving, many children are still suffering from bullying in schools. One child's father apparently took matters into his own hands when his child was bullied, and he was arrested and now must focus on his criminal defense against the charges.

Man arrested for sexually related offenses at UNCC

A 21-year-old was arrested under the suspicion that he committed sex crimes, and he recently made his first court appearance. The man is accused of sexually assaulting a University of North Carolina Charlotte student in her dorm room. He was arrested under multiple sexually related offenses for his alleged actions, and his bond was set at $200,000.

Student begins criminal defense against counterfeit bill charges

A young woman was recently arrested in Greensboro after allegedly attempting to purchase an item with counterfeit money. The arrest of the 19-year-old University of North Carolina at Greensboro student supposedly led officers to find thousands of counterfeit bills. She will now have to begin to prepare her criminal defense against her various charges.

Elderly man begins criminal defense against hit-man allegations

An elderly man was recently arrested stemming from an incident that occurred in Alexander County. North Carolina police believe that the 70-year-old man called a hit-man and attempted to pay the individual to kill someone. The man must now begin to form a solid criminal defense against his charges.

Woman begins criminal defense; accused of murdering a 20-year-old

A woman has recently been arrested after an incident occurred at her residence. The North Carolina woman has been accused of shooting a man at her home and causing his death. The woman must now begin her criminal defense against the murder charges she faces resulting from the incidence.

Man begins criminal defense against Mecklenburg murder charge

A man has recently been arrested in Mecklenburg after an incident in which another man was shot and killed. Police suspect that the accused man fatally shot the victim, but the motive is not detailed in the report. Nevertheless, the man is being held in the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office on various charges, and he must now begin his criminal defense.

Two North Carolina teenagers accept plea deal for violent offense

Two North Carolina teenage brothers have recently accepted plea deals in their criminal defense. The two are accused of being involved in a gang related drive-by shooting in which a 16-year-old rival gang member was fatally injured. Each teenager will now have to serve around 30 years in jail for their violent offense.

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