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The Law Office of Kevin L. Barnett
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Reckless driving in North Carolina
Learn what constitutes reckless driving in North Carolina. In addition to speeding, there are a number of other behaviors that could result in a reckless driving charge. This charge is more than a simple traffic violation; it is a criminal charge. Read about what the penalties may be for someone convicted of reckless driving.
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White collar crime in NC: A primer.
This article is beneficial to anyone who is accused of a white collar crime. It provides some foundational information about this area of law, including some basic defense strategies.
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Eyewitness testimony: It’s not as accurate as it seems
Take a look at this article about eyewitness testimony. Read more to learn about the factors that may affect eyewitness identifications and testimony. The human mind does not replay events just as they occurred. Rather, they are reconstructed. Thus, discussing what happened or being questioned may affect what people recall. Additionally, issues with the lineup procedures, visual characteristics of the suspect and the stress of the event itself may cause inaccurate eyewitness identifications. This may result in people being convicted of crimes they did not commit.
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Return to school may mean DUI charges for some
If you are going to college this fall, take a look at this article. Many college students drink heavily at events or bars with their friends. In some cases, students make the decision to drink and drive. After an underage DUI arrest, you will need the help of a drunk driving defense attorney to protect your rights.
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U.S. to reexamine sex offender laws 
Today’s harsh sex offender registration laws are the product of our lawmakers’ knee jerk decision making in the mid 1990s. But many are questioning whether these laws are even working, even the mother of the 12-year-old boy who was kidnapped in the early 90s. But why? Click here to find out.
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