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Defending Against Assault Charges in Carthage & Asheboro

So, you’ve been arrested and charged with assault. North Carolina has many different levels of assault. From a simple assault, to one of a wide variety of felony level assaults, you are looking at serious consequences if you are convicted. It is in your best interest to work with our experienced lawyers at the law firm of Rowland & Yauger.

At Rowland & Yauger, we take a proven approach to the legal issues of our clients throughout North Carolina. Our approach consists of professionalism, integrity and hard work. This philosophy has led to superior results and a high level of client satisfaction.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys.

Aggressively Defending You Against Assault Charges

According to North Carolina law, assault is placing someone in fear of unwanted bodily contact or bodily harm. On a simplistic level, this could even include an unwanted hug or raising a fist or hand to another in anger. We handle charges involving all kinds of assault, including:

  • Misdemeanor simple assault
  • Assault on a female
  • Assault on a government official
  • Assault inflicting serious injury
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill or cause serious injury
  • Felony assault with a deadly weapon
  • Assault on a handicapped person

What Can We Do for You?

These types of charges are generally fact-intensive, and require a complete analysis of the circumstances and evidence to determine the appropriate case strategy. In some cases, you may have a valid self-defense claim, in others there may be witness credibility issues. We will help you determine whether a skillfully negotiated plea bargain, or a thoroughly prepared trial, is in your best interest. Our attorneys will work hard to bolster your case and to make sure your rights are fully protected.

For a free consultation with an attorney, call toll free 910-722-9717 for our Carthage office or 910-722-9717 for our Asheboro office. Or, send us an e-mail.