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Understanding the Zero Tolerance policy

On Behalf of Griffin Law, PLLC |

Dec 19, 2023 |

Driving while impaired (DWI) is a criminal offense with serious consequences in North Carolina. Those convicted can expect a bevy of penalties, including fines, jail time, and license suspensions. To be charged with DWI, a driver’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level needs to be at…

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Credit card fraud is a two-part criminal offense

On Behalf of Griffin Law, PLLC |

Nov 29, 2023 |

Thanks to the convenience of credit cards, people can easily buy expensive items. Using cards also means you don’t have to bring cash every time you go shopping, which might be a safer option for some. But credit cards aren’t entirely safe from fraudsters. There…

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Are you committing an offense by tampering with an antishoplifting tag?

On Behalf of Griffin Law, PLLC |

Nov 09, 2023 |

Antishoplifting measures come in all shapes and forms. They could take the form of electronic or RFID-based tags, which trigger an alarm if the item they’re attached to is taken through the store exit without permission. Benefit denial tags are another antishoplifting measure designed to…

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