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How to Defend Against Domestic Violence Charges

Jun 11, 2012

Defending Against Domestic Violence Charges

Domestic violence charges have serious potential consequences. A conviction can result in fines, jail time and a criminal record. It can jeopardize your visitation rights or the custody of your children.

Domestic violence is the intentional use of unlawful force against someone with whom you have a close personal relationship. While domestic violence typically includes an actual physical assault, the charge can also be levied against a person who indirectly threatens the other individual. An example is damaging the individual’s property by hitting it with a baseball bat. If you are arrested and charged with domestic violence, it’s vital that you contact an experienced Las Vegas defense attorney without delay. Our legal team can handle the complexity of these emotionally charged cases.

The threat of a domestic violence charge is sometimes used to gain leverage in child custody proceedings or a divorce. Other potential motives can include revenge or sympathy. The details of your case may enable our team to demonstrate that you acted in self-defense or that the other person misrepresented the facts. The injuries could be due to an accident. Our legal team has extensive experience in domestic violence cases. We will gather all the details surrounding your case to ensure that you have the strongest possible defense. You should never assume that you can receive a beneficial outcome without veteran legal counsel.

We will work diligently to get the charges reduced or dropped. You need an attorney on your side who understands the intricacies of Nevada law.

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