In North Carolina, domestic violence is taken very seriously by the legal system as it should be. If someone has accused you of domestic violence, you must take the matter equally seriously, especially if it’s a false accusation. A domestic violence charge can do serious harm to your reputation at best and result in a prison sentence at worst. Here’s what you need to know about domestic violence laws in North Carolina and the steps you should take after your arrest.

Women, Domestic Violence, and the Law By: Allen Brotherton For much of American history, the law has treated women differently, whether for protection or control of the supposedly “weaker sex”. Under the laws of most states before 1900, all property in a marriage was owned and controlled by the husband, and women could not enter…

Daddy Is Gone, What Mama & The Kids Should Know When They Are Left Behind By Frances S. Knox Many times when we are trying to help people in distress after they have lost a loved one and particularly the breadwinner in the family, we find that people have no idea of what assets their…

Your Common North Carolina DUI/DWI Law Questions Answered By Knox Law Center in Charlotte, NC

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