A crime is wrongful conduct defined by law as being punishable by imprisonment, a fine, or some other penalty. Felonies are the more serious crimes which carries the heaviest penalties. Misdemeanors are less serious offenses that are punished by a fine, penalty, or imprisonment of a year or less.
Our senior attorney, Stephanie Davis, is an experienced litigator. She has handled hundreds of trials with the experience of evaluating police reports, physical evidence, and witness statements. Her experience with the criminal justice system inside and outside the courtroom provides assurance to clients that she will aggressively defend their rights at every judicial proceeding.
Below is a list of the type of cases our office handles, this is not an exhaustive list:
* Assault on a female
* Assault with a deadly weapon
* Assault by pointing a gun
* Communicating a threat
* Breaking and Entering
* Resist, Delay, and Obstruct
* Harassing phone calls
* All Felony assaults
* Common Law Robbery/Robbery with a dangerous weapon
* Firearm offenses
* Drug offenses (felonies and misdemeanors)
(Please contact our office for a consultation to discuss these or other felonies that are not listed)
Complex Traffic Violations: Some traffic violations require your presence in court and some do not. If you have lost your license or in danger of losing your license, contact our office to have a thorough assessment of your driving record done.
The dynamics of a family can be diverse, complex, or sometimes simple. Every situation is different. Our office will thoroughly assess your case to determine the best solution for your situation. At Davis Law Office you will be given all options on how you can proceed.
Going through a separation or divorce is a major transition in your life. It can also include issues involving child custody and child support. By focusing on your needs, our office will help you navigate the divorce process and every aspect of it that works best for you and your family.
Both parents are entitled to custody of their children in the event they separate or divorce. Do not settle for just visitation. You have rights! Our attorney will aggressively represent you in court to ensure that you get the time you deserve with your child or children.
Child support will be another expense the non-custodial parent may have to incur when the parties separate or divorce. You need to know exactly what you will be paying for, if anything, before going to court. You will need an experience litigator, like our attorney, representing you on simple and complex child support issues.
If you have questions about separation, divorce, custody, and support in Wake County and surrounding counties in North Carolina, call our law office today at (919) 784-0147 for a consultation with our attorney.