Domestic Violence Lawyer in Vista
Domestic violence charges involve violence between individuals living in the same household or those in a dating relationship. Victims of domestic violence can be a wife/husband, girlfriend/boyfriend, child, or another member of the household.
If you are facing domestic violence charges, Attorney James N. Dicks of JD Law is ready to provide aggressive, effective representation. He is a former police officer and a board certified criminal law expert who possesses a wealth of experience and legal knowledge. He knows the inner workings of the criminal justice system and can leverage this knowledge to your advantage.
Domestic violence charges can include:
- Sexual assault
- Criminal threats
If you are being accused of violating a protective order that was issued against you, we can also assist in resolving the charges.
Penalties for Domestic Violence
Domestic violence charges can lead to severe penalties if convicted. Even if you believe that the charges are minor, you could still be looking at consequences that can affect you for the rest of your life.
Some penalties for domestic violence charges include:
- Jail time (for felony and cases with severe injuries)
- Community service
- Mandatory anger management
Request a Free Consultation: (619) 377-3722
At JD Law, we have handled a diverse range of domestic violence charges. We know that there are always two sides to every story. A domestic violence charge can result from a misunderstanding, a mistake during a heated exchange, or even be the result of a false accusation. Our goal is to thoroughly investigate the details of the charges and get to the bottom of the situation. Schedule an appointment and discuss your case with our Vista domestic violence attorney.
Conveniently located across the North County Courthouse in Vista, we welcome clients from all across Vista and surrounding areas.
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