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Is marijuana possession a felony in North Carolina?

Having a felony on your record can have lasting implications. So, one of the fears a person may have when they are accused of possessing drugs, such as marijuana, is that they could end up facing felony changes.

It is important to note that being charged with marijuana possession does not automatically mean felony charges here in North Carolina. This is because, under state law, whether marijuana possession is a misdemeanor or a felony depends on how much of the drug was allegedly possessed.

How will a DWI affect your future?

Drinking and going to parties are pretty typical aspects of college life. Being in college can be stressful and it is natural to want to blow off steam and have fun with your friends at parties or bars.

However, while you may be tempted to get in the car and drive home after a night out, drunk driving has severe consequences. Drinking and driving is a serious offense. It puts others on the road in danger and there is a reason it is punished so harshly.

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