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Can the police look through my phone?

It's no secret that this is a digital age. That means that it's more than likely most of your life exists on your cell phone. For many people, looking through someone's phone is considered a severe violation of privacy.

Why drinking and driving is so dangerous

The legal blood alcohol limit for drivers in North Carolina is .08 percent. However, people may be impaired regardless of what their blood alcohol level is. In some cases, they may be too drunk to drive even if they aren't showing any obvious signs of impairment. This is because it can take up to two hours for alcohol to be absorbed into the bloodstream.

Splitting assets, debts and other divorce financial issues

People in North Carolina who are getting a divorce need to take a number of financial issues into account. In some cases, property division may be more complex than it appears on the surface. For example, some assets may appear as though they have equal value, but one account may be taxed on withdrawal, lowering its actual value, while the other is not.

Victims' rights campaigner facing drug charges

Advocacy groups in North Carolina and around the country may be familiar with Henry T. Nicholas III and his efforts to pass legislation protecting crime victims. Nicholas was inspired to action by a 1983 case involving a California student who was murdered by her stalker, but the 59-year-old technology billionaire now finds himself on the wrong side of the law. Nicholas was taken into custody on Aug. 7 by police in Las Vegas on drug possession and trafficking charges.

College debts could lead to divorce

As many North Carolina residents know, there are various reasons why people get divorced. Financial issues are commonly cited as causes behind separations. However, some may be surprised to learn that debt from college loans could significantly contribute to the end of a relationship.

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