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Self Defense Laws in the U.S.

Self defense in the sense of the law is defined as: a claim or plea that the use of force or injuring or killing another was necessary in defending one's own person or other person from physical attack. While this may seem straight forward, a self defense plea is often convoluted. What many people don't realize is self defense laws are vastly dif...
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Sexual Battery

In North Carolina, a person is guilty of sexual battery if, for the purpose of sexual gratification or abuse, engages in sexual contact with another person by force and against the will of the other person – or takes advantage of someone who is mentally disabled or physically helpless, and the person performing the act knows or should reasona...
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Cocaine Possession and Distribution

The North Carolina General Statute 90-95 governs the penalties and sanctions for various drug charges. Each type of drug is classified differently and they have varying degrees of penalties depending on these classifications. Cocaine Possession is considered a felony in North Carolina. Simple possession of Cocaine is a lower range Class I felony...
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Heroin Possession and Distribution

The North Carolina General Statute 90-95 governs the penalties and sanctions for various drug charges. Each type of drug is classified differently and they have varying degrees of penalties depending on these classifications. Heroin Possession is considered a felony in North Carolina. Simple possession of Heroin in Raleigh is a lower range Class...
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Ecstasy (Methamphetamine) Possession and Distribution

The North Carolina General Statute 90-95 governs the penalties and sanctions for various drug charges. Each type of drug is classified differently and they have varying degrees of penalties depending on these classifications. Ecstasy Possession is considered a felony in North Carolina. Simple possession of Ecstasy is a lower range Class I felony...
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