Allegations Of Domestic Violence Have A Serious Stigma
Domestic violence carries a very serious stigma. The mere allegation of domestic violence can damage an innocent person’s reputation. A conviction can permanently derail their future.
Clark, Jones, & Pennington, LLC, understands how important it is to defend you against charges of domestic violence. We can defend you assertively against all charges related to domestic abuse, including:
- Sexual assault
- Other crimes of violence against a partner or relative
We do everything in our power to achieve the best possible outcome for you. Our criminal law attorneys have a proven record of successful results, including dismissed or reduced charges, reduced sentencing or a not-guilty verdict at trial.
What Are The Consequences Of A Conviction?
The criminal penalties for conviction pertaining to domestic violence are severe. They may include:
- An order of protection from the alleged victim
- Community service
- Mandatory counseling or anger management classes
- Jail time
Domestic abuse convictions can also have consequences outside of the criminal justice system, such as:
- Loss of your job
- Reduced custodial or visitation rights with your children
- Suspension or expulsion from an educational institution
- Eviction from your home
- Fewer career and housing options
As the attorneys at Clark, Jones, & Pennington, LLC, work to protect you from criminal penalties. They will also help protect you from the stigma that comes with a conviction.
Federal Crimes Are Much More Severe
Federal charges are much more serious than state-level offenses. They often have mandatory minimum sentences that are disproportionately harsh. Clark, Jones, & Pennington, LLC, practices in both state and federal courts, so we can defend you against both misdemeanor and felony charges.
Let Us Defend You From The Stigma Of Domestic Violence Allegations
Contact Clark, Jones, & Pennington, LLC, in Santa Fe, and our team can begin your defense and help protect you from the negative stigma of criminal offenses. We provide free initial consultations with no risk and no obligation. Schedule yours by calling 505-820-1825, or you can send our team an email.