When someone steals an item of value, how much the item is worth dictates how a prosecutor would charge the alleged thief. The defendant will be charged with either petty or grand larceny, depending on how much the item costs. Larceny can cover everything from retail theft to cars, jewelry, animals, and firearms. How much…

In 2021, almost 49,000 people died from gun violence in the United States. While tragic, guns are not the only weapons, that alleged criminals can use in violent attacks. In North Carolina, nearly half a dozen other “weapons” are considered deadly and either will be banned from specific places or change how a prosecutor charges…

It hurts when someone else breaks a promise, you’re disappointed and didn’t get something you were expecting. But in some cases, the broken promises have a lasting impact and can be considered fraud. So when do broken promises cross the line to becoming fraud? What’s The Difference Between Broken Promises And Fraud? In order to…

Falling victim to a con scheme may come with various feelings, from anger and guilt to shame. However, staying silent isn’t the answer, and letting authorities know can help bring the con artist to justice. But beyond that, seeking legal counsel may help you recap any money you lost and possibly more for emotional damages….

If you have been charged with assaulting a police officer, know your consequences will be more severe than assaulting a civilian. This is because North Carolina deems police officers as a part of a protected class, making crimes against them more heinous. The North Carolina criminal justice system considers assaulting a police officer and inflicting…

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses ignition interlock devices in North Carolina.

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses moving out-of-state with a pending DWI in North Carolina.

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses what do do when pulled over in a boat in North Carolina.

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses grossly aggravating DWI factors in North Carolina.

Charlotte criminal defense attorney Allen Brotherton of Knox Law Center discusses DWIs on golf carts in North Carolina.

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