Domestic Violence


An act of domestic violence is defined as any action or threat directed at a spouse, relationship partner, live-in companion, or other family members that cause the victim to fear for their safety.

If law enforcement officers or EMTs respond to a domestic violence call and it appears that one person may have been injured by the other, the police are required to make an arrest. This often means that the person who has an injury is labeled the victim, and the other person is arrested for domestic violence.

Whether your criminal charge is a misdemeanor or a felony, it is important to contact a lawyer immediately. Although you may believe that simple preparation is adequate – only an experienced defense lawyer can immediately instruct you on how to best protect yourself.

The first moments of charge and accusation are many times the most vital. At Call Connor Law, we will examine the facts of your case and employ any pretrial motions available. On occasion, if evidence or testimony is not presented by your accuser in accordance with your civil rights – we’ll move to have it thrown out. If it’s beneficial to your case, we will begin discussions with the prosecution to negotiate a satisfactory plea.

Our goal will always be to minimize your consequences by fighting for a reduced charge. In some cases, we can work to get the charges dismissed altogether. Contact a criminal defense lawyer at our Tallahassee office immediately to discuss your case. Our team can provide a confidential look at your options and consult you on the best course of action.

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