We Work Hard to Prove Your Innocence
Did you know that if police are called to investigate a domestic violence call against you that they are required to make an arrest? Once that call is made, it is very difficult for the charges to be dropped. If you are charged with domestic violence and get convicted, you will have a criminal record for the rest of your life.
Our attorney at the Law Office of Charles L. Morgan, Jr., has 30 years of experience and has defended people who have been accused of domestic violence and face the possibility of having a cloud over their reputation for the rest of their lives. This is not fair, which is why our Charlotte domestic violence attorney, Chuck Morgan, will work hard to prove your innocence.
Mecklenburg County Family Violence Attorney
The state of North Carolina defines domestic violence as abuse between people who know each other such as partners, spouses, ex-spouses, parents and children, brothers and sisters, or boyfriends and girlfriends.
We defend cases involving:
- Harassing phone calls
- Spousal abuse
- Violating a protection order
Being accused of domestic violence or having a 50-B protective restraining order taken out against you can impact your job, custody rights and reputation. If you are convicted, you can face jail time, fines, and may be required to complete an anger management or counseling program.
Many times, men are considered the aggressor in domestic violence cases, but women can face these charges, too. It is our job to find out the circumstances surrounding your situation and to look into all possible reasons, including self-defense and whether there was an actual threat of violence.
Contact the Law Office of Charles L. Morgan, Jr.
Please contact our Charlotte, North Carolina, criminal defense law firm by filling out the form on this website, or calling 704-774-6759 to set up an appointment with our lawyer. We are conveniently located across the street from the Mecklenburg County Courthouse in downtown Charlotte.