In sex cases what is the difference between civil and criminal court?
- What is the Difference between Civil and Criminal Cases?
Modified Transcript of “Assault and Battery Charges” for the Hearing Impaired:
There are different types of assault. There’s simple assault, there’s assault on a female, there’s assault on a government official, there’s assaults on children, and sometimes they’re felonious assaults that have the potential for long term prison sentences.
Modified Transcript of “Experienced Legal Advice for Criminal Charges in Charlotte” for the Hearing Impaired:
The vast majority of the cases in North Carolina are plead out. After reviewing discovery and evaluating the merits of the case, sometimes that’s the best choice.
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Modified Transcript of “Calendaring Criminal Traffic and DWI Cases in Charlotte” for Hearing Impaired:
The calendaring of criminal cases in North Carolina is a somewhat complicated process, and that’s because there are differences between misdemeanor cases and felony charges, as well as between jurisdictions.
Larger jurisdictions such as Mecklenburg or Wake County, Guilford, those have more courtrooms.
Modified Transcript of “Do Family & Friends Have to Cooperate with Police” for the Hearing Impaired:
If my loved one is accused of a felony, can I plead the fifth?
When you are called upon to answer questions by law enforcement, people often times refer to or ask the question, “Can I plead the Fifth?”