Respond Quickly When Charged With Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is one of the most commonly charged crimes, and the one category where getting your facts in front of a prosecutor early is most effective. Domestic violence is technically categorized as any violence between any two people who have ever dated, lived together, had a sexual relationship or had a child together. The accuser and the defendant do not have to currently be in a relationship for a domestic violence charge to be filed.
Have you been charged with domestic violence? Don’t leave your future up in the air; contact The Law Office of Alexandra Kazarian today.
You Need To Tell Your Side Of The Story
When law enforcement agencies respond to a domestic violence call, they are typically only seeing a snapshot in time. They don’t have the full story. That’s why it is critical to get ahead of the charges, whenever possible. The firm is ready to defend you against any domestic violence allegations and charges, including:
- Domestic battery
- Child endangerment
- Child abuse
- Corporal injury to a spouse or cohabitant
- Violation of a restraining order or no-contact order
Alexandra has, on many occasions, contacted the prosecutor in a case, explained her client’s side of the story, and secured a “DA Reject” for her client. Often, wrongfully accused clients are actually defending themselves against a jealous partner and have no choice but to raise their hands to keep themselves safe. Other times, clients in terrible custody fights find themselves fighting against completely untrue accusations, meant to hurt them in divorce or child custody proceedings.
If you are the subject of a restraining order (or become one as a result of recent allegations), your freedom can be significantly restricted and your daily life might face serious interruptions. It could prevent you from staying in your own home or seeing your children. To minimize the damage caused by a restraining order or to combat allegations that you violated one, please discuss your case with an attorney immediately.
Protect Your Freedom And Your Reputation By Working With A Skilled Attorney
If you’ve been accused of domestic violence, don’t assume that the situation will sort itself out and that the truth will become clear. You need to act quickly with the help of a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. To learn how The Law Office of Alexandra Kazarian can help, call the office at 213-808-0191 of reach out online.