Domestic Battery

Charges of domestic battery or domestic violence can have a wide range of devastating effects on the life of the accused. If you are facing these charges, you could be looking at jail time, fines and a destroyed reputation. Further, domestic battery charges could affect your custody and visitation rights. Talk to me as soon as possible so that I can help protect your rights.

Domestic Violence Cases ∙ Protecting Clients from False Charges

Domestic Violence Cases ∙ Protecting Clients from False Charges

Domestic violence is touching someone (with whom you have an intimate relationship) inappropriately, without consent, and causing harm. These charges come up frequently during divorces or separations. Some of these charges are real, while some are false accusations made by one spouse against another to gain the upper hand in divorce proceedings.

I will investigate the allegation, including the facts, witnesses, physical evidence and any other pieces of information available to help your case. One of most important considerations is whether the person making the accusations has any ulterior motive - something to gain - for making false accusations. Let me help you to protect your future and your reputation.

Contact a Lawyer as Soon as Possible

Although you may feel embarrassed or nervous about calling lawyer after being accused of a crime involving domestic violence, you should not wait to call me. The sooner you get me involved, the more I can do to help you. Call Toole Law Offices at 260-428-219, or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation.

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