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Criminal Defense of Domestic Violence Charges
Domestic violence, sometimes referred to as domestic battery or domestic abuse, is a serious criminal charge in North Carolina. Some examples of domestic violence charges are:
- Assault on a Female
- Simple Assault
- Sexual battery/assault
- Communicating Threats
- Violation of Domestic Violence Protective Order
- False Imprisonment
Domestic violence charges can oftentimes be the result of a misunderstanding. In some cases, a spouse will call the police hoping that the police will respond and just stop the argument. In matters of domestic violence action is often taken by law enforcement officials to diffuse a situation and separate arguing parties to avoid the potential of violence. When the police arrive, typically an arrest will be made, even if no physical violence has occurred.
We understand domestic violence situations are delicate and require the proper legal guidance to ensure the protection of your interests and rights. If you have been charged with an alleged domestic violence incident, it is imperative that you seek an experienced attorney to represent you in defense of such accusations. Your future and reputation may depend on it.
At Tharrington Smith, our criminal defense lawyers will vigorously defend you against the domestic violence charges you are facing. We will work closely with you to help you understand the charges, develop a defense, and provide realistic legal advice for your unique circumstances. We understand the emotional turmoil and confusion associated with serious situations and are committed to assisting you through the legal process. If you are in need of an experienced criminal defense attorney, we are the dedicated attorneys you need by your side. Call us to schedule a consultation today.