Baton Rouge Defense Attorneys for Domestic Violence Charges
A charge of domestic violence can turn your life upside down. These cases often boil down to one person’s word versus the other’s, and the prosecution is unlikely to drop the charges even if the alleged victim changes his or her mind. With so much at stake, it is important to protect your rights and your reputation with a strong legal defense.
At Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law, our Baton Rouge defense lawyers have extensive experience handling domestic violence charges. If you have been accused of domestic abuse, get the legal help you need right away. Contact us online or call 225-250-1812 to schedule a free initial consultation.
There Are Serious Consequences for Domestic Abuse Charges
When you are charged with spousal abuse or domestic violence, you will likely be subject to a restraining order or an order of protection. While the terms of such an order may vary from case to case, they generally include the following:
- Not being able to return to your residence if you share a place with the alleged victim
- No contact of any type with the alleged victim
- No contact with your children
- No possession of firearms (this is likely to be extended if you are ultimately convicted)
You do not have to be married in order to be charged with domestic assault. In fact, if the incident involves a student or a woman, you can be charged with domestic violence if the police merely believe that the two of you are in a relationship.
Experienced Criminal Defense Representation
Our attorneys have more than 65 years of combined experience in criminal law, including time spent working as prosecutors. We will use the knowledge we have acquired from working both sides of the courtroom to help provide you with the strongest available defense. You can count on us to protect your rights every step of the way.
If You Are Facing Domestic Battery Charges or Other Charges, Contact Our Lawyers
When the consequences of a criminal charge are serious, you need to establish an equally serious defense. Contact us online or call 225-250-1812 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.