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Assault
Attorney Reed Noble has handled assault cases since
1982.

North Carolina Law has defined assault offenses as either
a felony or a misdemeanor depending on the specific facts
of the case. Therefore, the punishment varies depending
on the statute violated and the number of previous criminal
convictions a client has. Below are a majority of the assault
statutes in North Carolina:

§ 14-28. Malicious castration.
§ 14-29. Castration or other maiming without malice
aforethought.
§ 14-30. Malicious maiming.
§ 14-30.1. Malicious throwing of corrosive acid or alkali.
§ 14-31. Maliciously assaulting in a secret manner.
§ 14-32. Felonious assault with deadly weapon with intent
to kill or inflicting serious injury; punishments.
§ 14-32.1. Assaults on handicapped persons;
punishments.
§ 14-32.2. Patient abuse and neglect; punishments.
§ 14-32.3. Domestic abuse, neglect, and exploitation of
disabled or elder adults.
§ 14-32.4. Assault inflicting serious bodily injury;
strangulation; penalties.
§ 14-33. Misdemeanor assaults, batteries, and affrays,
simple and aggravated; punishments.
§ 14-33.1. Evidence of former threats upon plea of
self-defense.
§ 14-33.2. Habitual misdemeanor assault.
§ 14-34. Assaulting by pointing gun.
§ 14-34.1. Discharging certain barreled weapons or a
firearm into occupied property.
§ 14-34.2. Assault with a firearm or other deadly weapon
upon governmental officers or employees, company police
officers, or campus police officers.
§ 14-34.3. Manufacture, sale, purchase, or possession of
teflon-coated types of bullets prohibited.
§ 14-34.4. Adulterated or misbranded food, drugs, or
cosmetics; intent to cause serious injury or death; intent to
extort.
§ 14-34.5. Assault with a firearm on a law enforcement,
probation, or parole officer or on a person employed at a
State or local detention facility.
§ 14-34.6. Assault or affray on a firefighter, an emergency
medical technician, medical responder, emergency
department nurse, or emergency department physician.
§ 14-34.7. Assault inflicting serious injury on a law
enforcement, probation, or parole officer or on a person
employed at a State or local detention facility.
§ 14-34.8. Criminal use of laser device.
§ 14-34.9. Discharging a firearm from within an enclosure.

All consultations to discuss the process and strategy to
obtain your assault matter are free and any
without obligation whatsoever.
Resisting, Delaying, or Obstructing an Officer
Attorney Reed N. Noble has successfully handled
Resist, Delay and Obstruction of Officers cases since
1982.

§ 14?223. Resisting officers.

If any person shall willfully and unlawfully resist, delay
or obstruct a public officer in discharging or
attempting to discharge a duty of his office, he shall be
guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.

All consultations to discuss the process and strategy
to obtain your RDO charge are free and any without
obligation whatsoever.