Mesa Domestic Violence Lawyer
Charged with domestic violence?
Domestic violence allegations arise in situations where the crime involves
a spouse, former spouse, individuals residing in the same household, individuals
who have a child in common, and blood relatives (such as grandparents,
children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, and in- laws). These types
of crimes can include dangerous crimes against children, endangerment,
threatening and intimidating,
assault/aggravated assault, kidnapping, trespass,
elder abuse, criminal trespass, criminal damage,
disorderly conduct, harassment, stalking, custodial interference, and others.
Law enforcement takes these types of claims very seriously and may arrest
an individual if the officer has probable cause to believe that domestic
violence has been committed, even if it was committed outside the presence
of the officer. A conviction of a domestic violence charge can result
in jail or prison time, as well as require you to pay financial restitution
to the victim, attend a domestic violence treatment program, perform community
work service and other penalties. Using a weapon, causing substantial
injuries or threatening/injuring a minor can all result in harsher penalties.
You may also face enhanced penalties if you have an existing criminal record.
Need an attorney for a domestic violence case in Mesa?
If you have been charged with committing acts of domestic violence, contact a Mesa
criminal defense attorney to discuss your options. The Law Offices of Trent R. Buckallew, PC is
available to provide you with a free consultation to discuss possible
defense strategies in your case. Mr. Buckallew recognizes the long-term
damage that a criminal conviction brings and will fight vigorously to
defend you against these charges. By challenging weaknesses in the evidence
and testimony being presented against you, he may be able to negotiate
a reduction in charges or even a dismissal in cases where the evidence
is insufficient or other significant issues exist.
Have you been charged with domestic violence?
Contact a Mesa criminal defense lawyer to obtain experienced legal representation.