Manning Law Blog

How to Fight Identity Theft Accusations

09/30/2019 -

Identity theft, also called identity fraud, is one of the most common forms of property crime in America and is classified as a felony in North Carolina.  According to a study by 24/7 Wall St. using identity theft data published by the Federal Trade Commission in the Consumer Sentinel Network, North Carolina has the15th highest… Read more »

NC Hunting Laws and Fishing Laws: Your Questions Answered

08/13/2019 -

Whether you love the quiet and peacefulness of hunting, or prefer sitting by a lake and fishing, North Carolina is the perfect place for you. With plenty of hunting and fishing options available, you are sure to find what you love. However, North Carolina fishing laws and hunting laws are extremely lengthy so it’s easy… Read more »

Child Sexual Abuse or Assault in NC: Before And After An Accusation

06/10/2019 -

Accusations of sexual abuse, sexual assault or physical abuse or assault on a minor child in North Carolina are extremely serious and require immediate attention from the accused, and decisive action from his or her attorney. Before: Two Most Common Forms Of Child Abuse Accusations There are many different forms of child abuse accusations, but… Read more »

What To Do If You’ve Been Charged With Domestic Violence

05/10/2019 -

Domestic violence charges and restraining orders can turn your life upside down. Manning Law Firm understands how difficult navigating this can be. That’s why we put together this overview of domestic violence charges in North Carolina, and what to do if you have a domestic violence protective order placed against you. How Does NC Define… Read more »

Everything You Should Know About North Carolina Marijuana Laws

01/15/2019 -

In North Carolina, there are many factors that contribute to drug charges. The type of drug, how much you have and whether or not you’re selling are all factors that determine the level of punishment. Currently, marijuana is still considered a class 6 substance that is illegal to knowingly possess, use, cultivate or sell under… Read more »

Bird Scooters in Raleigh: Everything You Need to Know

10/17/2018 -

You’ve probably seen these all over the capital city – small scooters that zip around the streets of downtown. It’s a bike. It’s a plane. Wait… It’s a Bird scooter! They’re buzzing to work, they’re going to dinner and they’re revolutionizing transportation in Raleigh. However, this fun way to get around is also an easy… Read more »

North Carolina’s New Expungement Law: What You Need To Know

04/19/2018 -

In December of 2017, Governor Roy Cooper signed a new expungement law, Senate Bill 445, that went effective immediately. To help you and the 10 million other NC residents understand how the effects of the new statute, the expungement attorneys at Manning Law Firm put together this guide to expungement law in NC. What Changed?… Read more »

How To Fight A Child Abuse Charge In NC

01/17/2018 -

There are over 300,000 reports of child abuse each year in the United States alone. Many are factual and warranted, but some are baseless and untrue. The one thing all child abuse accusations have in common, however, is their potential to ruin the alleged assailant’s life. At Manning Law Firm in Raleigh NC, our expert… Read more »

Cyber Execs Help FBI Crack Down on Dark Web

08/07/2017 -

The Dark Web, once used as a place for political dissidents and unadulterated free-speech, is now a breeding ground for the darkest criminal activities such as dissemination of stolen goods, pedophilia, and human trafficking.  The federal government has been cracking down on these illegal activities with the help of major private cyber security firms. Sentences for these… Read more »

Federal Opioid Program Targets NC Prescribers


Central NC is one of several regions that the federal government is targeting with a pilot program aimed at combating the nations’ rising opioid epidemic.  The new Opioid Fraud and Abuse Detection Unit will focus its investigations around doctors and pharmacists suspected of committing prescription fraud.  This federal program comes just shortly after Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill… Read more »