As the accused of domestic violence, it can be difficult to know where to turn and what steps to take to protect yourself and your family.
As an attorney who has worked for many years with survivors of domestic violence, I know firsthand how challenging it can be to navigate the legal system and access the resources necessary to recover from this traumatic experience.
As a domestic violence lawyer, I have seen firsthand the devastating effects that domestic violence and emotional abuse can have on individuals and families.
You might have moved on with your life and past the turmoil of domestic violence charges brought against you years ago, but if it remains on your criminal record, it could impact parts of your life for years to come.
Domestic Violence Penalties California law defines domestic violence as the act of willfully inflicting physical force or violence upon a spouse or former spouse, cohabitant or former cohabitant, co-parent, fiancé(e), or someone with whom the offender has or previously had an engagement or dating relationship.