protesting in charlotte

As an American, you have the right to organize or join together with fellow citizens in protest and peaceful assembly. Though this First Amendment right is not absolute, the government cannot prohibit a public assembly at their own discretion. Time, place, and manner restrictions put in place by government institutions are permissible as long as…

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wearing a mask in public nc

One common question, now that North Carolina has begun their phased reopening, is “Do I have to wear a mask while in public?” Wearing a Mask: According to the CDC and NC DHHS The CDC recommends wearing a face mask in public settings, especially where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, in order to…

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updates to NC laws during covid-19

The North Carolina General Assembly recently passed a COVID-19 relief bill, which was then signed by Governor Cooper. Included in this bill was nearly $1.6 billion in relief for public health and safety, educational needs, small business assistance, and continuing state government operations.  Following the passage of those monetary relief measures, the General Assembly also…

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return to work covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic brought some Charlotte business to a halt, while forcing others to change the way they operate – whether allowing employees to work from home, implementing safety and social distancing measures, or providing curbside and delivery-only services.  North Carolina’s Governor Cooper recently released a three-phased plan for reopening the state, and plans allow…

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cybercrime

The FBI has reported a rise in reports of cybercrime since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Compared to the months before the pandemic began, reports have quadrupled. At the beginning of April, The US National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) warned businesses that cybercriminals could be targeting a company’s intellectual property, company secrets, and…

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guns north carolina

According to WBTV, the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred a rise in gun and ammo sales not only in North Carolina but also across the country. People are panic-buying guns and ammo just as much as they are buying hand sanitizer and toilet paper. However, it is important to understand that owning a gun does not…

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domestic violence charlotte nc

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Carolina court system decided to temporarily suspend cases and limit operations. While most Mecklenburg County district court sessions have been paused or postponed, domestic violence court is still operating, however, with fewer hours, courtrooms, and resources.  According to The Charlotte Observer, the Charlotte Police Department has seen…

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DWI

Practice Area: DWI Our Charlotte firm is experienced in handling DWI charges and works tirelessly to help our clients achieve favorable case results. Call us immediately at 704-512-0606 or contact us online as soon as possible if you have been charged with a DWI. In this case, we were able to get our client’s DWI…

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workers compensation

If you have suffered an injury or occupational disease while at work, you are likely hoping to be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. But what do you do if your North Carolina workers’ compensation claim is denied? The answer will likely depend on the reason for the denial. Common Denials for Workers’ Compensation Claim The…

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car accident insurance

All drivers in North Carolina are required to have car insurance, and, when it expires, police officers can pull over and cite those who drive without insurance. Often, we hear clients ask: What happens if I’m in a car accident and I don’t have valid insurance? The penalties for driving without car insurance in North…

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