Are you facing domestic violence charges? If you are, you know the fear and uncertainty that comes with these accusations. However, you don't need to face them alone. Instead, choose the lawyers of the Stutz Law Office to defend you against domestic violence allegations. With a combined decade of experience, these attorneys have the real-world experience and academic background you'll need to fight your domestic violence accusations. They've already represented countless clients in the El Dorado County, CA area who needed a lawyer for their family violence case. If you need help, don't wait. Your charges won't disappear if you ignore them. You need to act. Call the Stutz Law Office today for a free consultation.
California law takes domestic violence cases extremely seriously. That's because these kinds of cases can have more wide-ranging effects than a normal assault or battery charge. While assault can cause harm to another person, domestic violence does more than that. It can shatter families and cause emotional and mental damage to victims and witnesses. Because of this, state laws have specific punishments for domestic violence charges. If you have any questions specific to your domestic violence case, an attorney can answer them.
Domestic violence can take a number of forms including:
Penalties for domestic violence in California can include years in jail and thousands of dollars in fines. Defendants will also face additional penalties for whatever "criminal act" they committed like assault or battery. If that sounds serious, it's because it is. However, don't worry. There's hope. The attorneys of the Stutz Law Office have the experience, skill, and knowledge you'll need to fight your domestic violence charges. They've already represented countless clients who needed a domestic abuse attorney in the El Dorado County, CA area. Don't wait. You need to act. Call the Stutz Law Office today to schedule your free consultation.
Joshua passed the bar in 2017 and worked as an associate attorney practicing family law at a medium-sized firm. His responsibilities included managing more than 50 family law cases at once. He departed the firm after observing the company placing more importance on profits than people and founded the Stutz Law Office shortly after.
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