You should contact the clerk directly to confirm that the date provided on the letter is the correct court date. You should also search for your court date at https://www.nccourts.gov/court-dates to confirm your court date.
Yes. This is a matter of public record. You can go to the Clerk of Court in the county where the offender was ordered by the court to be placed on probation. The Clerk will be able to look up the individual's name, offense, case disposition, and any other specifics. You can also request a copy...View More
I am the victim of criminal abuse of the civil commitment process. Among the wrongdoings committed was the officer deliberately entering false timestamps on the custody order for the time taken into custody and time delivered to the examination unit. He deliberately entered both times as exactly... View More
Forgery of Writings is a common law offense in North Carolina. Common law forgery occurs when someone 1) falsely makes or alters a writing; 2) at the time the person made or altered the writing they intended to defraud; 3) the writing appeared to be genuine; and 4) the writing, if genuine, would...View More
Possession of a weapon of mass destruction is a class F felony in North Carolina. Depending on the defendant’s prior record, the offense is punishable by 10 months minimum and 59 months maximum.
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