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Who gets my property if I die intestate?

Nobody likes to ponder one's own mortality, but making a will is a necessity to avoid distribution of your assets in a manner in which you never intended. Below are the specifics of North Carolina laws that deal with property distribution of residents who die intestate.

Deputy's credibility lapses get over 100 DWI cases dismissed

A Wake County sheriff's deputy who was a member of the Driving While Intoxicated Task Force was fired last month by the Sheriff. His termination occurred after a district court judge signed an order disqualifying the 15-year veteran of the sheriff's office as a competent witness due to his lying on the witness stand and falsifying documents in DWI cases.

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