Most people have the idea that black market deals for prescription pills probably take place in seedy doctors' offices or the backseat of a drug dealer's car.
Christmas is in a couple of days and New Year's Eve is right behind it. This time of year means that people will be getting together for festivities that include all sorts of goodies, including alcoholic beverages. If you plan on drinking when you are out and about this holiday season, don't plan on driving. Not only can drunk driving put your life in danger, it can also put your freedom in danger.
You had a little too much to drink at the office party. You have to deal with the knowledge that you acted out of character at the party. You decided to drive home from the party and on the way there, you were pulled over. Now, you have to deal with a drunk driving charge. This charge can have a big impact on every aspect of your life, including your employment.
Parenting is obviously both rewarding and challenging at times. If you have a child in college, this is likely not news to you. You're probably like hundreds of other parents in North Carolina who have worked hard for years and done your best to help your child reach his or her full potential in life.
It's been almost 20 years since a man was charged with sexually assaulting and murdering a toddler, but he has finally been cleared. The charges against him were recently dropped by the Durham district attorney.
The state of North Carolina refers to itself as a "zero tolerance" state when it comes to underage drinking in driving. The state's Zero Tolerance Law states that it is illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to operate a motor vehicle following the consumption of alcohol or drugs.