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August 2016 Archives

Investigation into alleged federal crimes closed

When Pat McCrory became governor of North Carolina in 2013, he appointed an individual to receive a federal contract to oversee the state's Medicaid finances. When an audit was conducted approximately two years later, it prompted an investigation. Recently, it was announced by federal prosecutors that the inquiry into alleged federal crimes was being closed.

Drug charges filed following 5 heroin overdoses in 1 week

In North Carolina, even seemingly insignificant drug-related charges can have severe consequences. Individuals who are facing drug charges -- regardless of whether they are misdemeanors or complicated conspiracy and drug trafficking offenses -- may benefit significantly from professional legal guidance. After their recent arrests, four Bayboro residents will likely seek such support.