Domestic Violence Lawyers

Have you been charged with domestic violence? Domestic violence is an act of physical violence in the home. Domestic violence is usually perpetrated by the woman’s partner but a woman can also be charged with domestic violence against her partner. Spousal abuse, assault, battery, threatening phone calls, stalking and intentional interference of communication are all domestic violence offenses.

Domestic abuse is one of the most misunderstood crimes in America.  Part of the confusion that stems from this situation is the definition of spousal abuse varies from municipality to municipality, and even from person to person.  What one person might consider justified may to another appear to be severely abusive and potentially dangerous.

If convicted of domestic violence, a defendant will have to undergo and complete a year-long domestic violence classroom program and likely be ordered to not have contact with the victim. However, the key to the severity of the punishment is to have the best legal representation that will work to getting you the best possible deal.

Protect Your Rights By Hiring a Lawyer

Unfortunately, most people accused of domestic violence find themselves without a proper understanding of their legal rights, and what can be done to get the help they need.  Having an experienced criminal defense attorney represent you throughout the domestic violence proceedings can make a big difference in helping you resolve your case with the discretion and sensitivity it deserves.

It is very important to keep in mind that once a domestic violence call has been made, local authorities will continue with prosecution with or without the help of the battered person. Law enforcement will still press charges regardless if there are witnesses or if there has been reconciliation between the partners. Because of this, its is important that you contact a lawyer as soon as possible to ensure your rights are protected along the way.

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