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How Serious is an Assault on a Female Charge in North Carolina?

Assault on a Female is a Class A1 misdemeanor punishable by a maximum sentence of 150 days in jail. This is a common charge that involves domestic violence, when verbal arguments escalate into physical confrontations, for example. North Carolina...

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What You Need to Know About Assault in NC

Just last month, a Charlotte, NC, man attacked three women as they evacuated the Westin Hotel because of an early morning fire alarm. The women thought they were fleeing to safety, but the 23-year-old man had other ideas. The attacks shocked the...

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Can Domestic Violence Charges be Dropped?

Things got heated quickly. You and your partner were arguing, saying and doing things you'd never thought you'd do. And granted, you both could have handled the situation better, and you wish you could take things back. But now what's done...

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