Habitual Breaking and Entering

Posted over 1 year ago. Applies to Carteret County, NC, 1 helpful vote


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Hi, James Cummings! I wanted you to bring up to speed on a new law that was just passed in North Carolina called habitual breaking and entering. If you've previously been convicted of breaking and entering as a felony and you're charged again the prosecutor has the option of charging you under the habitual status. Under this status, you will be prosecuted as a class E felon which would include a greater amount of jail time, fines and/or supervised probation. If you, a friend or a loved one find yourself charged under the new habitual breaking and entering statute, give us a call at Cummings & Cummings today. The initial consultation is always free and confidential.

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