Category Archives: Assault

20Oct, 2018

Different Types of Assault Covered under North Carolina Law
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Different Types of Assault Covered under North Carolina Law

Assault is a serious criminal offense that can be punishable by jail time and will leave offenders with a criminal record of violent crime.

In North Carolina, there are three general types of assault charges, including assault, assault and battery, Continue reading

10Aug, 2018

What to Know about Assault with a Deadly Weapon Charges in NC
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What to Know about Assault with a Deadly Weapon Charges in NC

Assault charges are serious across the country, but in North Carolina, most assault charges are only classified as misdemeanors. There is one big exception, though: assault with a deadly weapon.

Assault with a deadly weapon is a felony offense that Continue reading

15Dec, 2017

What It Means to Be Charged with North Carolina Assault and Battery
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What It Means to Be Charged with North Carolina Assault and Battery

Even though North Carolina lawmakers define assault differently from assault and battery, they are charged the same way. Below, we will describe the difference between the two, along with the penalties for these charges, and defenses that can be used Continue reading

26Apr, 2016

How to Beat North Carolina Assault Charges
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How to Beat North Carolina Assault Charges

If you’re charged with assault in North Carolina, you could be facing a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the circumstances of the supposed crime.

A simple assault is the most basic type of assault. Someone commits simple assault Continue reading