Man From Upstate Area Accused of Aggravated Criminal Domestic Violence
Late Thursday, November 6, the accused attacked a Woodruff woman, beat her and later attempted to stab her. The accused, 32, has been charged with aggravated criminal domestic violence. Accused’s wife reported to the police that her husband attacked her with a knife after binding her arms behind her back with tape. In the struggle, she managed to loose the accused’s hold on the knife, and she, in turn, stabbed him. The wife, after stabbing her husband, in what she claims was self-defense, ran to a neighbor’s house where they called 9-1-1. The police report notes that the woman’s face had many cuts, scrapes, bumps, along with a busted lip, and cuts and scrapes, indicative of self-defense on her hands and arms. The accused is being held in the Spartanburg, SC County Jail after being apprehended. He was denied bond.
CDV In the State of South Carolina
Criminal Domestic Violence (henceforth referred to as “CDV”) being charged with CDV is very serious with potentially serious consequences. If convicted of CDV in the State of South Carolina, you could face jail time, and lose your right to carry or possess a firearm, amongst many other possible consequences. If you are in need of an attorney to represent you or a loved one need representation for this very serious offense with the means to challenge this very serious charge, please learn more here.