Domestic violence, also known as domestic abuse, spousal abuse, family violence, and intimate partner violence (IPV). The attorneys at our law firm are experienced at defending domestic assault charges such as these.
We understand the stigma attached to a domestic abuse conviction, and we’ll fight hard to get your charges dismissed or reduced so a court trial is unnecessary. Our main goal is to keep you out of jail, and keep your record clean!
Not everyone can pay up front for the best domestic violence defense. At our law firm, our payment plans and credit card acceptance means you can hire the best lawyer in town. By eliminating financing concerns, we concentrate on providing the best defense – your top priority.
We provide expert defense for domestic violence charges including:
- Spouse abuse
- Child abuse
- Verbal threats
- Restraining order violations
We take domestic violence seriously. So do the courts. Some consequences for a domestic abuse conviction or violating an order of protection can include:
- Probation or parole
- Anger management classes
- Loss of the right to own a gun
Is An Order Of Protection (PPO) Or A Restraining Order Automatically Put Into Place When Charges Related To Domestic Violence Are Filed In Michigan?
If someone is charged with domestic violence, there is no automatic restraining order or protection order for the complainant, or victim. The defendant is normally arraigned at the court, where bond conditions are set. The court will set what’s called a No Contact Order, which means the defendant cannot have any contact with the complainant. However, the complainant can always go into court and ask for contact or for limited contact (for instance, for the purposes of trying to deal with Friend of the Court issues for a child they have in common, or some other matter). The amount of contact allowed will be subjective with the court. Read More
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