We commonly defend individuals against a variety of criminal charges, including:
The penalty for this is a Class 2 Misdemeanor punishable by up to 60 days in jail.
Penalties include a Class H Felony (Larceny of Property to Organized Retail Theft), with most convictions containing a fine, probation, community service, and potential incarceration.
Underage Possession of Alcohol/Underage Drinking Ticket
If convicted, it is classified as a Class 1 misdemeanor with a fine of at least $250 for first-time offenders.
Possession of Marijuana
If you have been charged with possessing less than one half of an ounce, which is a Class 3 misdemeanor, you will face a $200 fine and maximum jail time of 20 days. Further, if you have been charged with possessing between one half of an ounce and less than 1.5 ounces, there is a maximum jail time of 120 days and a fine to be determined by the court. It becomes a felony charge once the defendant is in possession of more than 1.5 ounces.
No Operators License
A conviction or plea to NOL is a Class 3 misdemeanor.
Capital to Coast NC Law Group is able to assist individuals with expungements who have been arrested, charged, or convicted of one of the following:
- Misdemeanor Convictions Under Age 18
- Drug Charges and Convictions Under Age 22
- Nonviolent Felony Convictions Under Age 18
- Nonviolent Felony or Misdemeanor Convictions
- Prostitution Convictions
- Charges Not Resulting in a Conviction (when a not guilty or dismissal were given)
When facing one or more criminal charges, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer to protect your rights and fight for your freedom. To learn more about how Capital to Coast NC Law Group can provide you with a strong defense, contact us today.