At Hall & Dixon PLLC we are outraged and heartbroken over the needless loss of life of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and the many others who have been killed at the hand of police brutality and racism. Our hearts and thoughts are with their families in this time.
In accordance with these thoughts and prayers, we would also like to offer our services pro bono to protesters in Charlotte who have been arrested. We have the capability to take on a few cases and we will do our due diligence to assist however we can.
Forward until accountability and justice.
Whether you need help with a traffic ticket, misdemeanor, or felony, Hall & Dixon is here to help! Our dedicated team of criminal defense lawyers, immigration lawyers, personal injury lawyers, and civil litigation lawyers examine the details of each case and plan a strategy tailored to you. At Hall & Dixon, we strive to make the legal process as smooth and easy for you as possible. We understand the situation that you are facing is stressful and we are here to eliminate that stress.
Hall & Dixon originated as a solo practice lead by Attorney Issa Hall. Two years later, Attorney Ronard Dixon, Jr. joined his law school friend and Hall & Dixon was born. One year later, Hall & Dixon welcomed Attorney Jennifer Stevens onto the team.
Since the creation of Hall & Dixon, we have represented clients in Mecklenburg County and all surrounding counties providing quality and meaningful representation. Our criminal attorneys handle all traffic citations, misdemeanors, and felonies. Let us fight to protect your rights and we will achieve the most favorable outcome in any situation.
If an immigrant resides in the United States without having any legal status, he or she can be the subject to an ICE Hold. An ICE hold occurs when Immigration and Customs Enforcements (ICE) puts a hold on an immigrant after being notified by the local law enforcement agency that the immigrant does not have lawful status in the United States. [...]
In North Carolina there are two main classes of crimes in North Carolina: misdemeanors and felonies. [...]
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When Simple Assault can be a Class 2 Misdemeanor
Generally, an assault charge in North Carolina will be a misdemeanor charge. Pursuant to N.C. Gen. Stat. § 14-33, any person who commits a simple assault is guilty of a Class 2 Misdemeanor. [...]