Baldwin County Domestic Abuse Defense Lawyer
When the police are called to the scene of a domestic dispute, they typically arrive with the attitude that someone is going to be arrested and taken to jail. If you were that someone, you want to enlist an attorney who knows just how severe these charges are. You want an attorney who will take an aggressive stance in order to protect you from the consequences.
At Beckdefense, we are familiar with how prosecutors and judges view these cases. Our founding attorney began his career as a prosecutor in Baldwin County handling domestic violence cases. We use our knowledge of the opposition to help people like you navigate the criminal justice system. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact us online, or call 251-517-0964 or toll free at 866-935-0465.
In addition to his years of criminal defense experience, Baldwin County domestic violence attorney, John W. Beck, worked as a prosecuting attorney. The majority of his cases in that role involved sex crimes and domestic violence. We are well-positioned to provide solid defense against the charges you face.
Defense Against Alabama Domestic Violence Charges
The term domestic violence applies to a broad range of disputes that occur between a married couple or any other two people who are in some sort of domestic relationship. The relationship could be boyfriend and girlfriend. It can also be ex-boyfriend and ex-girlfriend, or ex-husband and ex-wife. In many cases, these charges come up in the context of a divorce or a child custody dispute. The alleged victim makes allegations in the hopes of gaining leverage in the family law case. We will not let them succeed.
The consequences of a domestic violence charge are serious. For example, even something as seemingly minor as harassment, involving no allegations of physical harm or even physical contact, could result in jail time if convicted as a domestic violence charge. There are also a variety of collateral consequences, including loss of gun rights, as well as damage to your career and reputation. We are committed to protecting you against these consequences.
Protection From Abuse Orders
People accused of domestic violence also have to deal with being on the receiving end of a protection from abuse order. These orders, also referred to as restraining orders, can keep you out of your home and away from your children. Our experienced attorneys know how to address these orders while defending you against the criminal charge of domestic abuse.
Free Initial Consultation
We answer our phones 24/7. Throughout your case, you will always have access to the support you need. To speak with an experienced Mobile and Baldwin County domestic violence lawyer, contact us online, or call 251-517-0964 or toll free at 866-935-0465.