Assault and Battery, Communicating Threats, Domestic Violence

If you are charged with a crime involving domestic violence, you will have to spend as much as 48 hours in jail before you can get before a judge. You will be incarcerated, unless you can find an attorney who can contact a District Court Judge to keep you from going to jail. It is unbelievably simple for anyone in North Carolina to bring a charge against you.

All a person has to do is go to the magistrate and swear out a complaint and you will be arrested for any number of charges such as assault, assault on a female, communicating threats, or harassing phone calls. It doesn’t matter if the charge is true. You will be charged, and you will have to wait until the matter is resolved in court.

If you are charged with any crime of domestic violence, or any allegation of communicating threats, harassing threats, or damage to property, you need an aggressive and experienced defense attorney. Robert O'Hale has defended thousands of people in the criminal courts of North Carolina. If you are charged with any of these offenses, please call Robert O'Hale for a free consultation.

Call Robert O’Hale Greensboro, North Carolina Criminal Defense Lawyer today at 336-378-0238