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Domestic Abuse Attorney in Irvine, CA

California aggressively prosecutes domestic violence charges in order to protect victims and children. In some cases, prosecutors will charge a defendant even if the victim wants to press charges or not. In some cases, the incident was not recorded properly by the arresting officers; domestic violence scenes are very emotionally charged and mistakes are not uncommon. These cases are complex and subject to a variety of interpretations; it is essential that you find an attorney who can help you sort through your case and represent you in court.


Even the hint of a domestic violence allegation can be damaging to your reputation and have a huge impact on your family. If you have been charged, then you face a variety of potential penalties, ranging from jail time to fines, fees, and sanctions. You will also need to undergo counseling and may be faced with a restraining order separating you from your family for years to come.

Domestic violence is defined in the state by Penal Code 273.5 and covers physical violence and injury between spouses, ex-spouses, couples who live together and couples who used to live together. The injury needs to have been inflicted on purpose; and the charges could be considered felonies or misdemeanors, depending on the circumstances.

In addition to any legal consequences you face, you could have difficulty keeping your job, securing new employment or even experience difficulties socially after you've been charged. The only way to restore your good name and avoid these tough consequences is to aggressively fight the charges. An attorney who can listen and understand what happened and represent you in court is the best way to ensure that your side is truly heard and that you are treated fairly by all involved parties.

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If you are facing domestic violence charges, it is essential that you seek out the help of an Orange County domestic abuse attorney right away. A delay could be a costly error and could lead to a life-altering conviction. We understand how difficult this time is and how complex a domestic violence case can be and work hard to understand what happened and to get the best possible outcome for your case.