Criminal Defense Attorney Anastasia Tramontozzi discusses the consequences of an assault on a female conviction in North Carolina. While this is typically a misdemeanor, it can be elevated to a felony charge if strangulation or a deadly weapon was involved. Even if the charge remains a misdemeanor, you still are facing up to 60 days in jail as well as losing your right to own firearms. Plus, the charge can never be expunged. So, before you try and handle an assault on a female charge on your own, contact one of our experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys and let us help!