Murrieta Domestic Violence Defense Attorney
Proven Legal Advocacy from the Attorneys in Riverside County
If you've been charged with domestic violence, it is important that
you act now to defend yourself against the tough penalties of a conviction.
These accusations can result in misdemeanor or felony charges, depending
on the severity of the event and other factors. If convicted, you could
be sentenced with jail or prison time, expensive fines, mandatory anger
management treatment or batterer's counseling, probation, and more.
You could also be served with a restraining order that prevents you from
contacting your loved ones.
California Penal Code § 273.5 prohibits physical injury to a spouse
or another person with whom you share a living space. Domestic battery
is addressed in Penal Code § 243(e), while Penal Code § 422
prohibits threatening another person with physical injury. Unfortunately,
too often charges of violating these laws simply untrue and stem from
false accusations made by an alleged victim in the heat of the moment
or misleading circumstances. Don't let false charges threaten your
freedom and your ability to see your family. Enlist the help of a Murrieta
criminal defense attorney who can help you prove your innocence.
Strong Legal Defense in Murrieta & Temecula, CA
Let our team of domestic violence defense lawyers come to your aid to prove
help defend you against the criminal charges you face. There is no reason
why you should be forced to stay away from your loved ones or face tough
penalties because of trumped-up charges. Our skilled Murrieta criminal
defense attorneys have experience in handling these types of cases.
We know the California laws that affect your situation and we are prepared
to stand in your corner and battle for your legal rights. Our Murrieta-based
law firm has helped men and women throughout Riverside County, from Murrieta
to Temecula, and we may be able to help you. For a free, no-risk, no-obligation
case evaluation, pick up the phone and
call our lawyers today. One phone call could be the difference between harsh criminal penalties