Assault cases involving family violence, also called domestic violence, are very serious because of the collateral consequences that arise from the "finding of family violence" that is associated with them. If you have been arrested or charged with Family Violence, don't speak with investigators or prosecutors until you have a chance to speak with your attorney. Domestic assault charges can generate harsher penalties. Family Violence, domestic abuse, spousal battery, or stalking will require an aggressive, highly experienced criminal defense attorney.
Jodi Soyars is a San Antonio family violence defense attorney with more than 15 years of criminal law experience dealing with family violence charges. Your reputation, your future and even your freedom are at stake, so you should begin an aggressive defense against any family violence charges immediately. The sooner you contact a San Antonio Family Violence Defense Attorney, the sooner she will be able to begin building your defense. Don't get discouraged or automatically assume that nothing can be done to help yourself. Call us today and let us start a personalized defense strategy that is right for you.
At the Soyars Law Office, we understand that despite the serious consequences of a family violence conviction, the reality is domestic violence cases are often very difficult for the State to prosecute. The State often has a difficult time prosecuting domestic violence cases because it generally comes down to a "he said, she said" argument with no other witnesses that can testify as to what actually happened. Call an experienced San Antonio Family Violence Attorney today and let Jodi get started designing a personalized defense strategy that is right for you.
Family violence is the intentional or reckless infliction of physical or sexual harm against a family member or an individual or partner with whom you have a relationship. When you have been charged with domestic violence or assault against a spouse, girlfriend, boyfriend, partner, child, parent or guardian, or a sibling, you will need to seek the advice of an experienced San Antonio family violence attorney as soon as possible. Family Violence or abuse can happen in a marriage or relationship or within a family and does not discriminate based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or any other factors. Domestic abuse can happen to anyone. There is no direct cause or reason family violence occurs, other than factors attributable to the abuser or perpetrator. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, family violence is the third leading cause of homelessness among familes.
Sadly, false allegations of domestic assault are not uncommon in divorce or child custody cases. The accuser could fabricate charges in an attempt to gain an advantage during the family law case. Without an experienced family violence lawyer, a protective order could be issued preventing you from returning home or seeing your loved ones. Family violence charges are serious allegations and require immediate action, so don’t hesitate and call for your free consultation with our San Antonio Family Violence Attorney.
If you are facing the serious consequences of a family violence charge, you need an experienced, aggressive Criminal Defense Attorney, that is willing to fight your conviction. Contact the Soyars Law Offices and let Jodi start working on your defense today.
Assault cases involving family violence, also called domestic violence, are very serious because of the collateral consequences that arise from the "finding of family violence" that is associated with them.
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