Charging Documents in North Carolina - Criminal Defense
When "charged" with a Criminal offense in North Carolina, there are certain documents and materials prepared. The accused has the right to be apprised, in basic form, of the charges against him or her, a brief summary of the allegations, the date of the alleged offense(s) and the witnesses against them.
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