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The New Crime of Domestic Violence In North Carolina
The New Crime of Domestic Violence In North Carolina

One of the most common questions that comes up in the North Carolina Justice System is what is the crime of Domestic Violence. Until recently, the answer was just any crime that was committed between two people who share what is commonly called a “domestic” relationship. ...

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Blog posts in Domestic Violence in Family Law

  • Domestic Violence and Multi-Practice Firms in North Carolina

    One of the most challenging times in any person’s life is when a relationship is coming to an end, especially if that relationship is a marriage with ...

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  • Domestic Violence its OWN Crime Now

    Currently in North Carolina, there is not a charge for domestic violence. However, there are charges like assault on a female or simple assault. ...

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  • Domestic Assaults in North Carolina

    Assault crimes in North Carolina are some of the most serious crimes a person can be convicted of. With an active sentence in jail an option for ...

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  • Child Abuse Charges in North Carolina

    Intentionally disciplining a child can sometimes lead to unintentional consequences. The worst of these can often be charged for child abuse. Whether ...

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  • Domestice Violence in North Carolina

    Domestic violence is taken really seriously in the criminal justice system in North Carolina. People often mistakenly believe they have been charged ...

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  • No Contact Orders in Criminal Cases

    When you are charged with a crime of Domestic Violence, one of the first things that the Judge or magistrate who is setting your conditions of ...

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  • I Took Out Criminal Charges Against My Spouse and I Don’t Want To Press Charges, What Happens Next?

    In North Carolina, a common scenario that prompts the prosecution of a domestic violence case is one where neither side wants to be involved or press ...

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  • Interfering with Emergency Communications in North Carolina

    Crimes of Domestic Violence are often some of the most serious charges a person can face. In North Carolina, crimes that have been marked as domestic ...

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  • North Carolina Consent Law in Sexual Assault

    According to North Carolina Governor Cooper’s office, 35 percent of all women become victims of some type of violence from their partners during their ...

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  • No Contact Order in North Carolina

    A no contact order—commonly known as a “50C order” in North Carolina—is a type of restraining order for sexual assault or stalking victims who do not ...

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  • Private Warrant Domestic Cases

    My spouse took out a warrant on me and wants to drop the case, what happens now? One of the more confusing situations in court is what happens when ...

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  • North Carolina Domestic Violence Protective Order Violation

    One of the most common domestic violence crimes in a violation of a Domestic Violence Protective Order (“DVPO”) , commonly referred to as a ...

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  • 10 Things You Need to Know About Domestic Violence and the Law

    Domestic violence is a crime. It’s a crime that not only impacts the victim, but can have a lasting effect on loved ones, family members, friends and ...

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