Assault on a Female
Fights happen. Insults are thrown. Words are misunderstood, and suddenly everything has escalated further than you ever intended.
The police get involved, and they don’t care who started it — they tell you they are taking you in out of an abundance of caution, and the judge will probably drop the case anyhow.
The judge isn’t just going to drop the case.
An assault on a female charge is serious, and Wake County does not take the charge lightly. A conviction could mean jail time, loss of custody of your children, loss of your right to own a firearm, and loss of your job. It could also mean an estranged family.
Don’t do this alone. You need an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side who will fight for you. I promise I will explain all possible outcomes, the risks and consequences, and ways you can lessen punishment, if you are punished at all. If you also have a restraining order against you, I can explain what that means for your case.