About Domestic Violence and Assault
Domestic violence is an assault which involves persons who reside together. In most cases, this means a man and a woman who are living together. It can also include parent and child, boyfriend/girlfriend, fights between siblings and fights between unrelated persons who are simply living together. Major concerns of being charged with a domestic violence conviction are jail time, misdemeanor charges, and fines.
Domestic Violence Charges and Fines
Frequently, the only witnesses to a domestic violence episode are the parties themselves. This makes the case difficult to prove for the prosecution and difficult to defend for the defense. A domestic violence conviction can result in significant periods of incarceration, even on a first offense.
If you are a victim of domestic violence or you have been accused of inflicting domestic violence, call Jeffrey A. Burkam for a legal consultation today.
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With over 35 years of experience and an extensive understanding of the legal and court system,Jeffrey A. Burkam is well prepared to assist you in the process of finding civil solutions to even the most obscure and complicated legal situations. When you or your family is facing important law issues, turn to Jeffrey A. Burkam for help during these difficult times.