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Apr 14

Failure to Keep Wake County Safe

At least one heavily armed vigilante who Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman refused to have charged for “Going Armed to the Terror,” has been convicted in federal court in Minnesota of terrorist-related charges for providing support to Hamas. Benjamin Ryan Teeter awaits sentencing. Wake County DA’s Failure to Protect Us Remember in the summer...

Mar 26

How to Beat a Drug Trafficking Charge

When you’re accused of drug trafficking, you need to act on those charges as soon as possible. You may face penalties that can haunt you for life, impacting not just you but your family, who may lose the support you provide. Because of this, you need to act now to defend your future and get...

Mar 14

Wake County DA Sought Death Penalty for Schizophrenic

Finally, after more than five years, and a year before her possible re-election bid, Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman declared that the State would not seek the death penalty for Kendrick Gregory, who has previously been declared so mentally ill that he was, at certain points, incompetent to stand trial. The decision was made...

Mar 05

Wake County DA Yet to Decide Fate of RPD Detective

Raleigh Police Detective Omar Abdullah was placed on administrative leave in September 2020, roughly seven months after Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman was notified of concerns that Abdullah had arrested more than a dozen people on trumped up charges of heroin possession and trafficking using fake dope. Some had spent months in jail on...

Feb 15

Raleigh Cigarette Trafficking Lawyer

Cigarette Trafficking & Smuggling Federal law prohibits the trafficking of contraband cigarettes across state lines and makes it unlawful for any person knowingly to make any false statement or representation with respect to the information required by this chapter to be kept in the records of any person who ships, sells, or distributes any quantity...

Feb 12

Wake County ADA Resigns, Charged with Impersonating an Officer

A Wake County Assistant District Attorney resigned today shortly before being charged with impersonating an officer. I will not name the ADA, whom I've always found to be polite and professional. I do not know the facts of the case as well as District Attorney Mike Waters who was asked by Wake DA Lorrin Freeman...

Feb 09

Federal Prosecutors Told to Resign

CNN is reporting that the Biden administration has asked nearly all of the 93 United States Attorneys, or federal prosecutors, to resign their positions. United States Attorneys are the chief prosecutors within the regional offices - for instance, the Eastern District of North Carolina - throughout the country that represent the federal government in federal...

Feb 08

Know Your Rights After an Arrest

An arrest can happen suddenly, and sometimes, you may have little or no warning of the arrest. Worse, you may not fully understand the rights you have when you’re arrested. If you don’t know your rights, it’s easy to make a costly mistake, one that could impact your case and your future. Because of this,...

Feb 06

Impersonating an Officer

I remember in April 2017 when Joseph Michael Conover, the former "chief" of a private security company was sentenced by then Senior Resident Judge Donald Stephens for felonious obstruction of justice, four counts of failure to discharge the duties of his office, four counts of simple assault, three counts of misdemeanor obstruction of justice and...

Jan 29

Volunteer

In some criminal cases, your attorney may recommend that you perform community service to improve your chances for a successful outcome in your case. In other cases, you may be ordered by a court to complete community service. If you’ve been asked or ordered to complete community service, you should be sure that whatever letter you get...

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