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Don’t let a domestic violence accusation ruin your life

In our previous blog, we discussed some of the defense options you have if you are facing accusations of domestic violence. Choosing a defense is a very serious decision because the outcome of the domestic violence case can affect so many aspects of your life.

We know that you probably never expected to be accused of domestic violence. In some cases, the accusations are unfounded but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the charges will go away. We want you to know that we will fight aggressively against the domestic violence accusations that you are facing.

As we noted previously, the effects of a domestic violence accusation can be far-reaching. If you have children, the accusation might seriously limit the amount of contact you have with your children. You might be prohibited from enjoying some of the freedoms that are held close by Americans. The right to own and possess a firearm is one of those freedoms that might be affected.

You might end up having to live with a restraining order placed against you. This, as well as the criminal charges, can impact your employment possibilities, your relationships and even your standing in the community. You might even face some harsh reactions from family members because of the accusations.

We know that all of these effects might be more than you can handle right now. With that in mind, your focus must be to fight against the domestic violence accusations. We can help you explore your options so that you can make a decision about how you feel comfortable moving forward with your defense.

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