When police officers respond to domestic abuse allegations, one or more people are likely going to jail. This is because the officers dispatched to the scene are already predisposed to arrest someone. Law enforcement is known to respond quickly to spousal abuse allegations with minimal investigative work to decipher any exaggerated or false statements.
If you are facing domestic violence charges, consult an experienced Georgetown criminal defense lawyer. My name is
Clovis Martin, and I have an extensive background defending individuals falsely accused of spousal abuse. I understand that family disputes can escalate, causing either side to make false or exaggerated claims. I am committed to preserving your civil rights by creating an aggressive defense strategy. Contact my law firm today to defend your rights while minimizing any potential damages.
Conducting an Aggressive Defense Strategy
If you are accused of domestic assault, do not underestimate the seriousness of the charge. A conviction could result in jail time, a restraining order and anger management or counseling time. You also risk the possibility of losing your right to own a gun or jeopardizing your custody or visitation rights.
Even if your spouse wants to drop the charges against you, the prosecutor can proceed forward with the charges. Prosecutors can even decide whether or not your ex-spouse testifies against you in court. I will act quickly to develop an effective defense strategy to preserve your rights and freedom.
I will devote substantial time to investigating the facts and the series of events leading to the spousal abuse charges. When appropriate, I will interview family members or eyewitnesses to reveal any holes in your spouse's story. I will also include testimony from therapists or counselors to examine the accusations against you. There might be a way for me to help you remove a peace order of restraining order from your record or help you in another way regarding your case. If you are charged with spousal abuse, contact my law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation.