Why Do I Need a Phoenix Criminal Defense Lawyer for Domestic Violence?
If you have been arrested for domestic violence or domestic assault in Tempe, there’s a good chance that the situation is complicated and emotional. Dealing with accusations from family members can be very difficult, and your legal situation could become very serious. Although you may be tempted to handle these kinds of issues “within the family,” an experienced Tempe criminal lawyer can help you navigate complications and protect your rights.
Here are a few reasons you might want to give us a call after a domestic violence arrest in Tempe:
- You may be forbidden to contact the victim at all or return to your home.
- Your relationship with other family members can suffer, and your child custody rights may be at risk.
- Domestic violence cases tend to be prosecuted much more aggressively than other cases, come with harsh punishments, and any future offenses could be punished much more harshly.
- An Arizona domestic violence charge could mean a felony conviction that you will need to report on all of your future employment applications.
If you have been arrested in Tempe for domestic violence, speak with a skilled Tempe criminal lawyer who can protect your rights, provide sound legal counsel, and treat you with respect and care. Give us a call at 1-888-929-5292 today to schedule a completely free legal consultation to address your questions and concerns.
If you’d like to learn more about the Phoenix criminal defense attorneys with Curry, Pearson & Wooten and how we can help, request a FREE copy of our book, Arizona Criminal Law – What You Must Know.
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