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…

Read More
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…

Read More
DWI

The night before Thanksgiving has turned into a sort of holiday for young people to gather and get drunk. “Blackout Wednesday,” or “Drinksgiving,” is now known as “the drunkest night of the year,” steadily rising in popularity since around 2012. This day is generally revered by college kids and early twenty-somethings, and unfortunately produces more…

Read More