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Hope Solo’s domestic abuse case dismissed

Charges against American soccer player Hope Solo in regards to domestic violence allegations were dismissed in Seattle on January 13, the Christian Science Monitor reported.

In a message posted on Facebook, the 33-year-old player for the U.S. women’s soccer team thanked all the people who believed in and supported her. Charges of domestic violence were filed against Solo for allegedly hitting her nephew and sister at her Seattle home last June. Solo pleaded not guilty to the charges, and her attorney sought to have the charges dismissed. Solo’s attorney said that his client was the victim in the incident.

Criminal defense lawyer James Powderly represents people in Cape Cod facing domestic violence or any related charges. If you are in such a situation, he may tirelessly work to challenge every aspect of the case against you. Call him today at 508-343-0676 to learn more about constructing a comprehensive defense strategy.