Our firm is an established force in the area of domestic violence law. Practicing domestic violence law for more than two decades gave us insights and strategies that win in court. Our lawyer has a reputation for handling a variety of domestic law cases, and this includes defending against allegations and no stalking orders. This firm is also available to help individuals who are seeking a no stalking order or an order of protection. We understand all of the nuances of domestic violence law, so you can count on us to be your one-stop resource.
Domestic Violence Law, Legal Recourse
The domestic violence legal strategy used by your lawyer will influence the outcome of your case. Our firm is committed to getting the results you expect by aggressively pursuing all possible legal actions. This includes developing a plan for trial strategies, motions and appeals procedures. We also handle negotiations when there is a likelihood that the best outcome can be obtained via this method. Our skillful attorney understands how to create a case that will represent your interests while handling the legal system’s unique complexities. This attention to detail and personal service makes us the best legal firm to handle your situation. Contact us when you need help with a domestic violence case.
Transparency, Committed Legal Services
Domestic violence law can affect the people involved for many years into the future. Representing a variety of clients gave our lawyer the insights necessary to craft a winning strategy. If you’re facing domestic violence charges, you might face penalties that include prison time, court fees and other costs. At our firm, you will always get honest and practical responses to any questions. The legal advice you receive will enable you to make the best decisions possible. By seeking to get acquittals and minimize prison time, we always attempt to get the most desirable outcome. However, we also carefully review your case and explain the most viable strategies in terms of practicality. Clients can always expect to get honest answers instead of empty promises.
Legal Representation is Mandatory
Domestic violence cases require the legal services of a qualified attorney. Some people believe that self-representation will yield the same results, but this is rarely the case. The legal system has conventions, protocols and procedures that must be followed. Navigating these legal barriers is extremely difficult unless you have an experienced attorney on your side. In addition, the stakes are very high. The consequences of a conviction may include a criminal record, prison time, paying court fees and other costs. The outcome can affect your life for many years after the court makes a decision.
Our legal services are available to individuals facing criminal charges. Legal representation can help to mitigate the damages and penalties. Effective legal support is also necessary for victims of domestic violence who are seeking relief from the abuser. We can help you to obtain orders of protection and no stalking orders. Getting justice is possible only when you have an effective attorney on your side. Contact our office for a consultation.
Endangering the Life or Health of a Child
There are a few components that need to be met for someone to be charged with endangering the life or health of a child. The person would need to knowingly put the health or the life of a child under the age of 18 in danger. The person can also be charged by putting the child in a situation where the person’s life or health is endangered. There are often situations where a parent can take a newborn to a safe location and won’t be charged with endangerment, such as a police station or a fire department.
If the child is under the age of 6, then someone can be charged with endangerment if the child is left in a vehicle unattended. The child would need to be left in the vehicle for longer than 10 minutes in order to be charged with endangerment in this situation. When the child is unattended, it means that there is no one over the age of 14 in the vehicle if the child is under the age of 6 or there is no one over the age of 14 within the line of sight of the vehicle.
In the event that you are charged with endangering the life or health of a child, you need to seek the assistance of an attorney. When you meet with your attorney, you’ll discuss the circumstances surrounding the charges and possible reasons as to why the child was in the situation where any kind of harm could have occurred to the child. If there are other people involved, then those people will usually be interviewed. It’s possible that the other individuals could be charged with the crime as well.
There are a few different sentence options that the judge could consider when you go to court. The nature of the crime and the age of the child are taken into consideration when the sentence is determined. The criminal background of the defendant is taken into consideration as well. In most situations, an endangerment charge is handled as a misdemeanor. This means that jail time is often kept at a minimum. If subsequent charges occur, then the sentence is usually longer with the charge being handled as a felony. If the child is severely injured or dies as a result of the crime, then the sentence is usually longer as well. Common terms range from two years to 10 years in jail or prison.