Group Connects Law Enforcement and Minority Communities

Group Connects Law Enforcement and Minority Communities

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — A North Carolina organization is working to foster relationships between minority communities and law enforcement.
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Kyle Rittenhouse Trial In Kenosha Killings Delayed Until November

The request to postpone came from prosecutors and defense lawyers looking for more time to build their cases. Rittenhouse is accused of killing two men and wounding another.
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James Scott Farrin Attorney Jeremy Maddox Named To 2021 'Legal Elite' List

“Business North Carolina” has honored North Carolina attorneys since 2002 by publishing its 'Legal Elite' list. According to the publication, this list is …
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Chauvin Trial: Judge Reinstates 3rd-Degree Murder Charge Over George Floyd's Killing

Derek Chauvin was already facing manslaughter and second-degree murder charges when the much-anticipated trial opened this week.
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State lawmakers expected to begin debates on open-carry law

Currently, South Carolina gun owners can carry a long gun or rifle openly without a permit because no state law exists on the issue to prevent it.
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