From simple assault to certain drug possession crimes, North Carolina Criminal Law has a number of crimes that are considered misdemeanors.
Though not as serious as North Carolina Felonies, North Carolina Misdemeanor convictions carry with it consequences and social stigmas that are best to be avoided. Even a charge as simple as trespassing qualifies as a misdemeanor, and a conviction would carry with it a requirement to report on any job or school application that requests the information. Additionally, there are certain North Carolina Misdemeanor Convictions that will result in the loss of the right to own or possess firearms. Even the installation of a Domestic Violence Protective Order requires that you do not own or possess a firearm while it is in effect.
To give yourself the best opportunity to avoid these types of convictions, contact Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Cary Criminal Defense Attorney and Durham Criminal Defense Attorney M. Moseley Matheson to assist you with your case. He can be reached directly at 919-335-5291 anytime for your FREE CONSULTATION!LINKS:
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