Domestic Violence Attorneys in Indiana
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Domestic violence occurs when there is a threat or act of violence committed against a domestic partner, spouse, or another individual who is in a close relationship with the defendant. At Bleile & Dawson in Indiana, our criminal defense attorneys understand the gravity of these allegations and will listen to your side of the story. You can rely on our team to provide the exceptional legal services you need to obtain the most favorable results for your case.
Reach out to our law office today at (812) 747-9771 to schedule a free consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys to get started on your case.
What You Should Do if You Are Accused of Domestic Violence
Hiring an experienced domestic violence attorney to handle your case is one of the first steps you should take when faced with these serious charges. Our legal team will fight to protect your rights by collecting all the necessary evidence for your case, so we can help establish the facts. It is also best not to discuss the case with investigators or anyone else without an attorney present to advise and protect you from accidentally incriminating yourself.
Depending on the details of your case, such as whether violence was involved or if a restraining order was violated, the charges you face may be carried differently. No matter how complex your case may be, you can rely on our team to assist you.
Domestic Violence Charges in Indiana
In Indiana, domestic violence is referred to as domestic battery. Domestic battery is the lesser charge that occurs when someone intentionally touches a partner, spouse, or someone they are dating in a way that causes injury. Aggravated battery is the more severe charge that may involve the chance of death, serious injury, or permanent disfigurement.
The severity of this charge can vary depending on the factors involved. That said, many domestic violence cases are considered Class A misdemeanors. For those who have a prior domestic violence conviction, it may be treated as a level 6 felony.
Below is a list of potential penalties for a domestic violence conviction:
- Jail time
- Community service
- Anger management or intervention programs
- Restraining orders
- Loss of parental rights or supervised visitation with children
Schedule a Free Consultation with One of Our Domestic Violence Attorneys Today!
The consequences of a domestic violence conviction can be severe, so it is essential to retain skilled legal counsel as soon as possible. At Bleile & Dawson in Indiana, our team is committed to providing strong legal support and aggressive representation. Backed by more than 30 years of experience, you can feel confident in our ability to serve you.
Reach out to our law office today at (812) 747-9771 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys to get started.
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