Being charged with domestic violence or domestic assault can be the beginning of a nightmare that is hard to believe. These cases can begin with a false accusation or the police misunderstanding the situation they are dealing with.
No matter how these cases begin, the reality is that anyone charged with domestic assault can find him or herself facing a life that has been turned upside down. Most people are released through a conditional order of release. These orders generally serve many of the same purposes as orders of protection. Both of these types of orders place very serious restrictions on what a person can and cannot do. Violation of the terms of these orders can result in additional criminal charges.
Some of the common conditions that are part of an order of protection or conditional order of release include:
At Fendley Law, our firm is committed to providing our clients with the highly effective defense they need to help protect them against a domestic assault conviction and the penalties that carries. Our firm brings together more than 45 years of combined experience. Founding attorney Mart Fendley is AV* Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been a board-certified civil trial lawyer since 1994. He is joined by his son, attorney Jacob Fendley; his daughter, attorney Elizabeth (Liz) Fendley; and attorney Joshua Etson. Our firm offers a strong defense from generations of lawyers who understand what is at risk for our clients. Beyond the difficulty of living under the conditions of an order of protection or a conditional order of release, domestic assault carries a social stigma and we help our clients fight to protect their futures and their reputations.
Domestic assault charges are often he said/she said situations. Let us help make sure your side of the story is heard. Turn to Fendley Law. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 931-245- HELP (4357) or contact us online.
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