Our Criminal Defense team has deep experience and in-depth knowledge of the laws pertaining to domestic violence. Understandably, the judicial system treats crimes of domestic violence very seriously – and conviction can result in either a misdemeanor or felony.
Courts often distinguish between felony and misdemeanor convictions by considering the intent of the alleged abuser and the harm sustained by the victim. But, even a lesser misdemeanor conviction can have a life-long impact, including jail time, heavy fines and a permanent record that might lead to disqualification from job opportunities, loans, college enrollment status and more.
Our attorneys work carefully to examine each issue related to your case and develop a robust defense to give you the best chance of receiving a favorable outcome at trial.
We support clients facing allegations of:
- First Degree Assault
- Second Degree Assault
- Domestic Reckless Endangerment
- Child Kidnapping
- Child Abuse
- Vulnerable Adult Abuse
In addition, we provide counsel to individuals who are the object of Peace Orders or Protective Orders, as these are often tied to broader allegations of criminal activity.
Schedule a consultation with our team by calling or contacting our office today.