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In 2020, there were over 100,000 cases of domestic violence in Florida. People facing domestic violence charges often lose their job, are unable to return to their home, and lose contact with their loved ones. An experienced attorney can help you turn this around. If you have been charged with domestic violence, you need to understand your rights and retain capable counsel.

About Domestic Violence Charges

In Florida, domestic violence is not a singular offense. Instead, the definition includes a variety of offenses, such as assault, battery, stalking, kidnapping, and more. What makes it "domestic", is that the offense was committed against a family or household member. 

When someone is arrested for domestic violence, as a condition of pre-trial release, Courts typically include orders that limit or prevent contact with the victim (ie. a no-contact order) and prevent the defendant from returning to the scene of the incident (ie. a no-return order). 

Additionally, if convicted, sentences for domestic violence charges can be severe. 

Our Services

If you have been charged with a domestic violence offense, we can help. Our firm has extensive experience with domestic violence cases. We understand the law that applies to these cases and will work with you to customize an effective defense strategy. Contact us now to schedule a free initial consultation.

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