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Fighting back against embezzlement charges

Criminal charges of any kind are a serious threat to your future. Regardless of the specific charges against you, a conviction could lead to a permanent mark on your criminal record, and it could impact your future opportunities. It is smart to take your situation seriously and work for a beneficial outcome by developing a strong defense strategy.

Robbery laws in North Carolina

In North Carolina, robbery is considered a theft where there is a victim involved. The state puts robbery into three different categories: with a deadly weapon, train, and common law. All of these crimes are felonies. Robbery with a deadly weapon and train robbery are determined by state statute, but common law robbery is generally accepted in courts as someone taking another person's property through the threat of force, intimidation, or actual violence.

Immigration rules protecting children to be curtailed

North Carolina residents may be aware that President Trump has taken aggressive action to address what he has referred to as a crisis at the nation's southern border. In late May, the White House said in a statement that Trump plans to introduce a series of escalating tariffs on Mexican-made goods because he feels that the efforts being taken by the Mexican government to address the problem are inadequate. The following day, media outlets reported that protections put into place by President Obama to protect migrant children were being curtailed.

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