Domestic violence is never a laughing matter. The state of Colorado takes these kinds of cases seriously. A person convicted of domestic violence could face jail or prison time. A domestic violence case could impact your employment and reputation. Domestic violence cases include mandatory protection orders and could impact child custody. Unfortunately, due to mandatory arrest policies, it is easy for police to arrest innocent people. Unfortunately, people abuse the legal system to sort out a personal conflicts. This happens more often than anyone would like. A heated argument can end with a spouse picking up the phone to report abuse that never happened. A parent might falsely claim assault threats as a tactic to win full custody of the child. These situations result in an innocent people spending time in jail for no valid reason. What is Domestic Violence? Domestic violence is an act or threatened act of violence against a person the defendant had an intimate relationship. This relationship can be romantic or familial. Common domestic violence charges include assault, harassment, and stalking. What if I am Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence? False accusations in domestic violence cases are not uncommon. A partner who is jealous or intoxicated may be more likely to lie to report a false accusation. Due to mandatory arrest policies, police will arrest first and and ask questions later. False accusations of domestic violence require a skilled defense attorney to defend cases of “he said, she said.” Do I Really Need a Domestic Violence Attorney? If you are falsely accused of domestic violence, contact a defense attorney early on. An attorney can help explain what is happening throughout the legal process. Musell Law fights to protect the rights of people falsely accused of domestic violence. Musell Law aims to convince the prosecutor to dismiss charges altogether. Don’t let false accusations affect your employment and reputation. contact a skilled domestic violence lawyer in Denver before it’s too late. Fighting False Domestic Violence Accusations If you have been falsely accused of domestic violence? Begin the processes of clearing your name by contacting Musell Law.
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