An Aggressive Defense Against Domestic Violence Charges
Married people fight. It is an innate characteristic of many marriages. Although fighting is normal, sometimes anger gets blown out of proportion. In a rage of anger, men may threaten their wives and women may hit their husbands. In a calm state of mind, most people recognize that that behavior is not acceptable, but when tempers are flying, some people have a hard time controlling their actions.
Unfortunately, that does not make the criminal charges any less real. If you are facing charges for domestic violence or spousal abuse, the actions of a few angry fights could change the rest of your life. It is important to find a lawyer who will help protect your freedom.
Consequences of Domestic Violence Convictions
Most domestic violence cases are two-fold. In addition to the domestic violence charges, you may also need to respond to Protection from Abuse orders. If convicted, you can never possess a firearm again. This law could be detrimental to people who are in the army or law enforcement, or people who hunt recreation ally.