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Domestic Violence

What Happens If I Violate a Restraining Order?

A restraining order is intended to protect an alleged victim. Usually, they are issued in domestic violence cases. If a restraining order has been issued against you, it’s absolutely essential to follow it to the letter. Talk to a criminal defense attorney if you’re…

What to Know About Domestic Violence in Arizona

Domestic violence is a serious charge that can carry significant consequences. If you are charged with domestic violence, work with an experienced criminal defense attorney who understands how to defend against these charges and to help you minimize the impact on your life. Here…

The Impact of a Domestic Violence Charge

You’ve probably heard of domestic violence before, but do you realize how many various types of convictions can exist under the umbrella of domestic violence? Almost any incident involving spouses, siblings, or other family members where the police are called can be cast in…

What Should You Do (or Not Do)?

Getting arrested is a scary experience, and it's possible do something that worsens the situation, especially if you know that you’re innocent. It’s helpful to know what to do, and—perhaps more importantly—what not to do when you are being confronted by law enforcement. The following guide will provide you with some helpful tips to get through, so you can build the strongest defense possible when you appear in court. ...

What to Do If You’re Charged with Domestic Violence

Domestic violence refers to any type of aggressive, violent, or threatening behavior within the home; this type of behavior may be exhibited by spouses, family members, or even unmarried partners. A domestic violence conviction carries with it serious consequences that can be difficult to…

Different Types of Assault Charges

While assault may seem like a straightforward term, the legal definition of assault is broad and varied. Assault can range from causing physical harm to another person to making threatening comments regarding violent acts, even if you never commit any actual violence. Because assault…

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