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April 2015 Archives

Former North Carolina teacher accused of sex offenses

Memories are strange things. Over the years, human memories can lose clarity and distort the truth while a person remains adamant that he or she correctly remembers the event. On some occasions, a person could become convinced that something happened based on another person's suggestion. Because of this, accusations of crimes, including sex offenses, that come decades after the alleged event could be complicated to investigate and prove. One retired teacher in North Carolina will likely be working to defend his innocence after he was accused of  crimes that occurred over 30 years ago.

Monitoring due to North Carolina sex offenses considered a search

People who are convicted of a crime must face their punishments. However, some people in North Carolina who have been convicted of crimes related to sex offenses feel as if lifelong GPS monitoring is a violation of their rights. The U.S. Supreme Court has recently issued a ruling on one case involving such monitoring.