Written by attorney Damon John Chetson | Jun 10, 2010

Domestic Violence Charges in North Carolina - Assault on a Female, etc.

This video explains some of the basic ideas behind a domestic violence charge in North Carolina: an assault on a female, a simple assault, communicating threats, interfering with emergency communications, and so on.

These are very serious charges, although in certain circumstances a deferral program may be offered by the District Attorney to help you resolve the case more favorably, with the possibility of dismissal upon successful completion of the program.

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