Akron Assault and Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer
Assault and domestic violences charge occur when a complaint is made by another person that you caused, or attempted to cause, physical harm to that person. Assault cases typically arise from personal disputes and bar fights while Domestic Violence charges come about from arguments with family members that become physical. Both can have serious consequences for your future. Some professional organizations will not issue licenses to person convicted of these offenses. Most Domestic Violence convictions can never be expunged from your criminal record. Also, a second charge of Domestic Violence will automatically be upgraded to a felony charge.
For a free consultation, call me right away on my cell phone at 330-258-1384. Or, if you prefer, send me an e-mail and I will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.
Both Assault and Domstic Violence charges can be accompanied by a Temporary Protection Order, which requires the accused person to stay away from, and not have any contact with, the subject of the order. If this Order is violated, penalties can be more extreme and further charges can be added.
When you're facing these types of charges, you need aggressive and effective legal representation as soon as possible. I am dedicated to uncovering the truth and presenting a proper defense to charges of domestic violence or assault and battery. You may have been acting in self-defense or have been falsely accused. Regardless of the facts, Attorney Walter Benson will take the time to assess your case and move forward with the best strategy to defend against your charges.
Attorney Walter Benson will work to protect your future and your rights against the serious consequences associated with an Assault or Domestic Violence charge. Do not wait to protect your rights.
At the Law Office of Walter Benson, you can be assisted with any of the following:
- Domestic Violence
- Temporary Protection Orders (TPO)
- Alcohol Related Offenses
- Felonious Assault
- Bar Fights
- Probation, Judicial Release and Expungements
A domestic violence charge can lead to a protective order, the loss of your home, and limited rights to see your children.