Greensboro Case Results2018-11-07T14:19:21-04:00

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Case Results in the Greensboro Area

Disclaimer: The facts and circumstances of each case are different as such each case must be evaluated upon the unique  circumstances and facts. The results summarized here are not necessarily representative of the results obtained in all cases.

Victory – Fathers’ Visitation Restored

Our Dummit Fradin family law attorney won a Motion for Contempt in Greensboro and restored visitation of a one-year-old baby to her father. What is a Motion for Contempt? After a final court order in a family law case, both parties must abide by the agreed terms in the court order. If either party refuses or fails to comply with any portion of the court order, the second party can file a motion for contempt. The motion basically forces the non-compliant party to abide by the court order or they could face jail time or fines. To find out if this strategy could in your individual case, speak with one of our experienced family law attorneys today!

Immigration Case Expedited for Urgent Humanitarian Reasons

Our bilingual immigration attorney in Greensboro, Devon Senges, helped a local woman get an expedited immigration process for “urgent humanitarian reasons”. We usually see these expedited processes granted in cases such as a dying spouse with a week to live. Except, in this case, there was no dying spouse. The woman was stuck in Mexico and separated from her husband and children. Devon Senges learned that the woman needing entry to our country was a beloved member of a large church in Pinehurst. The other members of the church were distraught to hear of the immigration roadblock faced by this family. Our immigration attorney thought of a plan and orchestrated it beautifully. She provided the pastor of the church with a letter, and specific instructions for the interested church members to sign and provide a copy of their photo ID. Hundreds joined the cause, and the letter/packet grew [...]

High-Stakes Custody Trial Won in Randolph County

Dummit Fradin trial attorney, Patrick Apple, recently won a high-stakes custody trial for our client in Randolph County. This sensitive child custody trial involved sexual abuse allegations and multiple experts were involved. Attorney Patrick Apple was expertly able to impeach the testimony of the child. The 5-year-old child was using words like "custody" in the testimony and it was clearly evident that the child had been coached by the opposing party. Meet with a Child Custody Attorney Today During a child custody dispute, it's important to have an experienced custody attorney on your side. Our family lawyers are here to guide you through the legal process so that you have the best chance at a favorable outcome. Contact us today to schedule a one-on-one consultation and get to know your options.

Not Guilty – Assault on a Female

Dummit Fradin criminal lawyer tried and won an Assault on a Female trial in Greensboro, N.C. The case involved a disagreement between husband and wife that escalated into a physical altercation. Despite the testimony from the wife and the Greensboro Police Department Officer, the Defendant, who otherwise had a clean criminal record, was found Not Guilty in District Court.

Unjust Drug Trafficking Charges To Be Dismissed

Our client was facing several felony drug charges including drug trafficking charges in heroin and opium. Under that charge alone, she was up against a mandatory 18-year minimum prison sentence. But, she was likely facing a 22-year prison sentence if convicted. Her bond was set at 1.5 million dollars. Our criminal defense attorney in Greensboro got to work right away. After in-depth research, she came across legislative updates that made it clear that our client was improperly charged with trafficking. At maximum, she should have been charged with Possession with Intent to Sell a Controlled (schedule II) Substance. Our attorney made this argument at a bond hearing and successfully reduced our client's bond from 1.5 million down to $100k. The judge even commented from the bench that he was reducing it in light of the fact our client was likely overcharged. The District Attorney, however, did not agree and continued to [...]

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