Domestic Violence

I want to express my heartfelt thanks to the both of you for your help in resolving this matter with expeditiousness and relatively minor consequences on my behalf. I really can’t express strongly enough how what you’ve done for me has kept my world from turning upside down. Certainly as these things go, if I ever have a need to call upon your services again I will do so without delay. – C. G.

Domestic Violence charges are taken very seriously in North Carolina. We are here to help those who are being charged with domestic violence and who are victims of domestic violence. Cases such as these can be difficult as the emotions run high when most of the time both parties have or had a personal relationship.

If you have been charged with domestic violence we want to help protect your rights. Please know that we will work with you through the court process to receive the best possible outcome. If you are a victim of domestic violence again, we will help get you the protection needed through the court.

A domestic relationship is not only a marriage relationship. It can be a relationship consisting of a current or former spouse, roommates of the opposite sex or people who are dating or have dated. Events that take place between the examples above, such as attempting to or causing bodily harm, placing the victim or their family in fear of bodily injury or harassment leading to emotional distress, or any sexually related assaults are incidents that can be charged as domestic violence.

Once there is a domestic violence charge the court has the decision to order and emergency protective order keeping the defendant away from the victim. A protective order can help protect both the defendant and the victim. Both parties are required to abide by the protective order.

If you have been charged with domestic violence or are a victim of domestic violence please call our firm to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys who can help guide you through the legal process.

Recent Related Results Attained by our firm in North Carolina – Client wrongly charged with Domestic Violence Protective Order (DVPO), known as a “50B”. King Law Offices argued the case before District Court Judge, client found not responsible and case dismissed.