I have decided to present my version of the case to DA's Office today, In state of North carolina one does not have to touch a female to cause an Assault, Or sexual assault.
If there is reason enough for her to believe that the Accused can harm her.. Her charges of assault are Valid under the North carolina LAW. I know you do not feel it is necessary for me to get citation, But I feel lot better if I can view some North Carolina Cases where assault case have ben defended successfully by the accused. Here is her complaint in front of a Megistrate.
" I undersigned find there is probalble cause to beleive that on or about the date of offense shown and in the county named above the defendant named above unlawfully and willfully did assault Carol Higgins, a female person by GRABBING A RAIL and Stepping on a Step and Riseing Up towards victim with Hand Drawn. The defendant is a male and was at least 18 years of age when the assault and strikiing Occurred.
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