Were You Falsely Accused Of Domestic Violence?
After most formal complaints alleging domestic violence, real or invented, against a family member, the alleged offenders typically are taken straight to jail. From there, the wisest way to defend one’s self is to retain the most experienced criminal law representation that can be found in Durham and its environs.
This is where we come in – Richardson Law Firm.
Kathy W. Richardson, our law firm’s founder, has frequently and successfully fought for the rights and freedoms of domestic violence defendants for more than 25 years in North Carolina. She is an adviser, advocate, sounding board and skillful guide throughout the legal process. Inside and outside of the courtroom, you can expect to have our lawyer’s undivided attention and sound counsel, start to finish.
Consequences Of A Domestic Violence Conviction
Highlighting the need for exceptional, effective defense representation after a domestic abuse arrest are these potential punishments:
- Inability to return to your residence
- No contact with the complainant, by court order, which cannot be circumvented by third-party contact resulting in another criminal charge
- Custody and visitation impediments, post-divorce
- Endangerment to immigration status
- Forfeiture of the right to vote
- Loss of the right to own a firearm, possess ammo and go hunting
With the stakes at their highest, you need a lawyer on your side who takes charge of your case immediately, gathers the facts that support your claims and speaks the truth to the power of government prosecutors. Kathy Richardson does her homework. She enters every courtroom steeped in the law and specific details of your situation. When your work together ends, you will know that your interests have been thoroughly safeguarded.
Were you arrested for spousal abuse, child abuse, harassment, stalking, intimidation, terroristic threats, financial abuse, protective order violations or any other form of domestic violence? Come to Richardson Law Firm.
Call today, or reach us by email to schedule an initial consultation.