If you are facing a resisting arrest charge in North Carolina, it is essential to understand the serious consequences that come with a conviction. Resisting arrest can be defined as both physical and non-physical actions, and if found guilty, you could face a Class 2 misdemeanor, leading to fines, probation, and even jail time. To avoid having a resisting arrest charge on your record, it is crucial to seek legal representation. Trust David K. Gross to handle your case and build a defense that will achieve the best possible outcome for you. As a former police officer, Attorney Gross has a comprehensive understanding of the criminal justice system, including the tactics used to arrest and charge individuals. With Gross Law Group on your side, we will protect your rights and help you fight against the charges brought against you. Contact us today for a free consultation.
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