Domestic Violence charges can be filed as misdemeanors or felonies. While felonies have harsher sentencing consequences, all domestic violence allegations should be taken extremely serious because the outcome of your domestic violence case can have long lasting effects on your career, family, immigration status and right to carry a gun.
If you or a loved one is being investigated for allegations of domestic violence or was arrested for it, it is crucial that you obtain the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney early on in the case. Often times, early intervention and investigation can be key to getting these cases completely dismissed or getting the charges reduced.
Often times, we here the question, “Do I need a lawyer?” Yes. You do!! This is why.
A domestic violence conviction could mean jail time and mandatory anger management classes.
If convicted for domestic violence, you will have a criminal record affecting your ability to obtain employment and you will be barred from owning a firearm or having one in your possession.
A domestic violence conviction can affect your ability to have contact with your family and often times you will be prevented from entering your own home.
At The Kay Law Firm, Attorney Kay is intricately familiar with defending these cases and has successfully obtained not guilty verdicts, dismissals and reduction in these types of cases. She will take the time to meet with you to know your side of the case, explain the defenses you may have and most importantly she will vigorously defend you so that you stay out of jail! Call attorney Kay now, and have her on your side!
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