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Federal Crimes Archives

Massive FBI crackdown on alleged Bloods results in 76 arrests

The gang stretches from North Carolina to California and back again. Though the loose organization has no national leader, the United Blood Nation has a membership estimated to be from 20,000 to 25,000 members, including here in Raleigh. The gang is known for a wide range of activities that include drug trafficking, robbery and burglary.

Federal drug charges filed against six North Carolina men

The Tuscarora Indian Nation Beaver Clan chief is in deep legal trouble after his arrest about 100 miles south of Raleigh. Five others were arrested in raids targeting an alleged drug trafficking operation. The raids were carried out by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and Robeson County sheriff’s deputies.

Raleigh man sentenced to eight years in federal prison

A Raleigh man who is 28 years old now will be 36 when he is released from a federal prison. According to a recent report, the North Carolina man was arrested a little over a year ago in New Hampshire and charged with possession of materials used to manufacture methamphetamine. He was also charged with conspiracy to manufacture meth.

When a person is accused of illegal driving conduct on federal lands

Many things can have impacts on the legal situation of a person accused of committing a traffic offense here in North Carolina. One is what specific offense they are accused of. Another is where they are alleged to have committed it.

Survey shows opposing viewpoints about police shootings

One of the biggest social issues currently facing our country is the tension between law enforcement and the public. Over the past two or three years, bystanders and witnesses have recorded numerous videos of police interactions (including here in North Carolina) that escalated quickly and has, on more than one occassion, ended in the death of a suspect. In some of these cases, the suspects were black and the officers were white.

North Carolina federal judge sentences man to 20 years in child porn case

As regular readers of our Raleigh criminal law blog know, we have several times written about the sprawling Playpen child pornography case that stretches across the nation. A federal judge here in North Carolina recently sentenced a co-administrator of the site to 20 years in prison.

Federal Misdemeanor Docket Moves to Raleigh

Dysart Willis offers comprehensive criminal defense representation in federal courts across North Carolina. Following Hurricane Matthew and the resulting damage to the federal courthouse in Fayetteville, cases that would traditionally be set in Fayetteville have been forced to move to other locations across the Eastern District of North Carolina.