Working To Clear Up Domestic Violence Charges
In addition to fines and the potential for jail time, a conviction on domestic violence charges can mean the loss of your right to own a firearm, the loss of your ability to operate certain types of businesses, and the loss of your child custody or visitation rights. If you have been charged with a domestic violence crime, it is in your best interest to contact an experienced Denver domestic violence attorney immediately.
Passionate Defense Of Your Rights
Denver Attorney James L. Finegan is an advocate who understands what is at stake in cases of spousal abuse, and he is committed to providing the accused with a passionate defense of their rights. Whether this is your first offense or not, Mr. Finegan will do his best to negotiate reduced charges, a dismissal of all charges, or to get you into a first-time offender diversion program and domestic violence counseling.
He handles domestic violence charges such as:
- Assault and battery
- Criminal mischief
- Menacing (threats and intimidation)
- Disorderly conduct
- Violating a restraining order (order of protection)
A Word About Divorce And Domestic Violence
Unfortunately, it is estimated that approximately one-third of all domestic violence allegations are false and are directly related to a divorce where one parent is trying to establish an advantage in securing custody of the children. Attorney James L. Finegan views these situations for the travesties they are and will fight aggressively to defend clients who have been falsely accused.
The firm defends clients in local, state and federal courts in metro Denver and throughout Jefferson County from its office in Lakewood. Talk to an experienced lawyer about your domestic violence charges. Call Mr. Finegan today at 303-586-2961 or toll-free at 877-834-4609 or contact him via email to schedule an initial consultation.