Domestic violence charges are not uncommon and often arise out of heated disputes between angry partners, sometimes leading to false accusations and unwarranted claims. However, once law enforcement becomes involved in domestic violence cases, arrests are usually made, complaints are filed, and the accused individual will be prosecuted. Additionally, many domestic violence cases go to trial even if the complainant decides he or she does not want to press charges.
If you or someone you love is facing domestic violence charges, it is vital that you seek the advice of a skilled and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney who can ensure your legal rights and interests are fully protected every step of the way. Don’t risk your rights or freedom. Please contact Jacoby & Meyers Criminal Defense today for a free case evaluation with one of our experienced attorneys who can help reduce your charges and/or minimize your penalties.
Domestic Crimes and Their Consequences
Domestic crimes including any violence, willful neglect, assault and battery, or abuse that results in physical injury or death between people who are related or share an intimate relationship is heavily enforced under U.S. federal and state criminal laws. The dire effect that such crimes have on its victims has prompted even harsher punishments and penalties including, but not limited to:
- Jail or prison sentence
- Hefty fines
- Community service
- Counseling and/or anger management classes
- Criminal record
- Personal and professional consequences
Domestic Violence Defense Attorney
A domestic violence conviction can bring devastating consequences for an individual and his or her family. At Jacoby & Meyers, we understand how serious such charges can be. Our proven criminal attorneys will work tirelessly to build a solid defense and help get your charges reduced or dropped and/or minimize your penalties.
If you or a loved one has been accused of domestic violence, don’t hesitate to call us immediately to ensure your legal rights are maximized. We offer a complimentary consultation during which we’ll evaluate your case and determine the best course of action for you.