State v. WC: Chris defended W.C., a college student who was accused of misdemeanor sexual battery after what might be described as a drunken hookup. Although this was a misdemeanor charge, North Carolina mandates sex offender registration if convicted. Chris thoroughly investigated the case for many months, interviewing witnesses and examining text message and social media data. Eventually, the District Attorney’s office dismissed the charge.
State v. R.C.: Chris defended a husband who was accused by his wife of assault on a female. Chris compiled photos, videos, and text messages showing the inaccuracies of the accuser’s story. At trial, Chris effectively cross examined the state’s witnesses and presented testimony of the responding police officers. The judge found our client not guilty.
College Title IX Sexual Misconduct Investigation: Chris defended a UNC-Charlotte student accused of sexual misconduct. He thoroughly investigated the case and fought for his client at a two-day long contested hearing. The school’s hearing officer found the client not responsible on all charges.
College Title IX Sexual Misconduct Investigation: A local liberal arts college charged Chris’s client with non-consensual sexual acts. Chris examined text message and social media data in the case, and provided evidence to the Title IX investigators, and helped our client explain what happened to the school’s investigators and administrators. The hearing board dismissed the case.
Disclaimer: Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual factual and legal circumstances.