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Famous Author Indicates That Death Row Inmates in North Carolina Did Not Receive a Fair Trial

By Dysart Willis |

The News Observer published an interesting op-ed written by famous author John Grisham on October 11, 2018 concerning serious issues with our criminal defense system here in North Carolina; not just when it comes to sentencing, but when it comes to the most serious penalty available: the death penalty. According to Grisham, there are… Read More »

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Valuable Foreign Nationals Here On Temporary Visas Threatened

By Dysart Willis |

According to ABC News reports, the administration’s immigration policies are now interfering with a decade-old program—the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) program—that has allowed people with critical language or medical skills to join the military and become U.S. citizens. In fact, not only are they hindering the program, but, in some… Read More »

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Feds Conduct Drug Sweeps of North Carolina Tribal Lands

By Dysart Willis |

On September 27, federal and state officers arrested 76 people on drug trafficking charges on western North Carolina tribal land. In an undercover operation that began weeks ago, the officers served arrest warrants on the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians’ reservation and in nearby communities, reportedly seizing 250 pounds of heroin, methamphetamines, and other… Read More »

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What Are The H-1B, L1, And Family Immigration Visas?

By Dysart Willis |

When it comes to dealing with immigration issues, the number of travel and work visa categories can get very confusing. Below, we discuss some of the different visas and processes available to you and your family: H-1B Work Visas H-1B Work Visas are non-immigrant visas that allow companies to employ foreign workers in “specialty”… Read More »

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Types of Fraud in North Carolina

By Dysart Willis |

The term “fraud” is tossed around on the news frequently. Most people associate fraud with stealing or otherwise misinforming/withholding information from another to obtain a desired result. Fraud is a complex and difficult area of the law. There are many different actions or offenses that fall under the category of fraud and they each… Read More »

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Search Warrant Needed to Track Cell Phones

By Dysart Willis |

Advancements in technology usually outpace law enforcement efforts to use those advancements to further cases and track down suspects. One such advancement and issue is cell phone tracking technology. From the “Find my iPhone” feature of Apple products to third party tracking capabilities to location tracking from cell phone towers, there has been a… Read More »

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North Carolinians Arrested For Immigration & Voting Crimes As We Get Closer To November Elections

By Dysart Willis |

It seems that, every day, we hear news of the current administration blurring the lines between criminal prosecution and immigration policies, and this seems to be ever more apparent as we get closer and closer to the November elections here in North Carolina and throughout the country. For example, recently, more than a dozen… Read More »

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Are Breathalyzer Tests Accurate?

By Dysart Willis |

When most people think about having to take a “breathalyzer” test, they think of someone being pulled over because the police suspect that they are driving while impaired (DWI) with alcohol. The test administered at the side of the road is just one of the many field sobriety tests at law enforcement’s disposal. A… Read More »

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Sponsoring a Spouse for United States Citizenship

By Dysart Willis |

Many people have heard the stories of people immigrating to the United States in pursuit of the “American Dream.” People immigrate to the U.S. in hopes of starting a new life or to better themselves and live a different life than in their previous home. Dreaming of coming to the U.S. and actually becoming… Read More »

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Getting a U-Visa in North Carolina

By Dysart Willis |

Victims of any type of crime deserve justice and adequate representation to make sure that the offender is held responsible for their actions. Not every crime is reported, though, and therefore not every criminal is charged with a crime. There are any number of reasons that a victim might not choose to come forward… Read More »

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