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Have you been arrested for domestic violence?

Domestic violence typically refers to patterns of abuse by one or both partners in an intimate relationship (such as a marriage, family members, those who are dating, or those who live together).

Many criminal acts are encompassed under the umbrella of domestic violence, and some of the more common include:

  • Beating or assault
  • Molestation
  • Trespassing
  • Stalking
  • Verbal abuse, threats, or intimidation
  • Sexual assault
  • Removal of a child without the other parent's consent

The above acts do not actually need to be committed in order for domestic violence charges to be levied. Even the threat of committing such acts can result in domestic violence charges.

Possible Penalties for Domestic Violence

The penalties administered for a conviction vary widely due to the variety of criminal acts involved in domestic violence, but they can include fines of up to $2500 and up to 2 years in prison. If you have been arrested on domestic violence charges, it is very important you contact a defense lawyer in Fort Worth who can represent you in court and ensure you receive a fair trial.

In need of legal representation?

A domestic violence conviction can bring consequences that affect an individual for the rest of their lives. These consequences can last long after the punishment for the crime has been served, and include difficulty in acquiring a job, purchasing a home, or applying for secondary education.

The Alband Law Firm is an experienced and dedicated firm that has represented countless clients in their criminal cases. We can provide you with assistance in your domestic violence case, and increase your chances of avoiding these consequences by securing a case outcome that is beneficial to you.

Contact our firm today to request a free case evaluation!

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