Don’t Let Domestic Assault Charges Ruin Your Life
A domestic violence conviction will bring on serious consequences. Aside from the possibility of jail time, fines and probation, you can lose your right to bear arms if convicted of this charge. If you are going through a divorce, a domestic violence conviction could seriously impact your child custody arrangements. Simply put, a domestic violence charge requires the assistance of knowledgeable, skilled legal counsel.
Our skilled attorneys at Ryan Beasley Law can work to defend you from our office in Greenville. We defend people across the Upstate region and beyond against domestic violence allegations. We understand that you have a lot riding on the outcome of your case. Because of that, we work tirelessly to achieve the best possible resolution. Our office has been assisting clients for more than a decade and have taken on all types of accusations.
We have successfully challenged domestic violence charges.
We need to act swiftly. Call us now at (864) 679-7777 if you are accused of domestic violence.
Developing The Strongest Defense To Domestic Violence Charges
Many domestic violence convictions are the result of an argument or altercation between a married couple or an unmarried couple in a long-term relationship. Very often in these cases, both the accuser and defendant simply want the charge to go away if possible. In these situations, we can prepare an affidavit for your accuser to sign that he or she does not want to bring charges. Many times, the prosecutor will dismiss the charges.
In other situations, your accuser may be fully prepared to testify against you. Having established strong relationships with prosecutors and judges, we can make sure these people hear your side of the story. As a result, we might be able to show reasonable doubt in some part of the state’s case. In some cases, however, trial is the only reasonable alternative. Our founding attorney, [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-4″], is an experienced trial attorney. He and our team are ready to present your case to the judge and a jury.