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Case Results

  • Assault - Not Guilty

    Our client was charged with Assault on Child under 12 after disciplining a disobedient boy who lived with our him. Mr. Valentine argued that the defendant's action was a necessary and proper act of discipline and that since he was acting in a parental role, should not be convicted of assault. Aft... Read On

  • 3 Dismissals and 2 "Not Guilty"

    Our client was charged with 5 cocaine charges and a firearm charge in Cleveland County. Since the District Attorney did not have solid evidence or good arguments to convict our client, we took the case to trial. Mr. Valentine discredited the testimonies of the State's witnesses for two days. One ... Read On

  • Possess Methamphetamine - Not Guilty

    Our client was charged with possessing methamphetamine after being stopped driving his friend's truck. Under North Carolina law, without having knowledge of something, you cannot be convicted of possessing it. Mr. Valentine was able to convince all 12 jurors that our client had no knowledge of th... Read On

  • Felony Intimidating a Witness and Misdemeanor Injury to Personal Property - Dismissed

    Our client ended up getting charged with misdemeanor injury to personal property after domestic dispute in Lincoln County. Through a series of miscommunications, she got charged with an extortion felony charge in Gaston County. Mr. Valentine was able to secure dismissals in both counties after ou... Read On

  • Primary Custody Awarded to Client

    In a high stakes case, a judge awarded primary custody to our client , the children's mother. Both parents were seeking primary custody and had good arguments, but Mr. Valentine was able to unequivocally present that facts and circumstances to make it clear that the children's best interest was t... Read On