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Domestic violence crimes may be charged as either misdemeanors or felonies. The circumstances of the case will determine the level of charge. Usually, cases without injuries or slight injuries are charged as misdemeanors. If sexual assault, abuse of a minor, or serious bodily injury to the victim has occurred, the defendant may be charged with a felony. Prosecutors may also take into consideration previous violent actions committed by the defendant when determining what the charges will be.

If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony in a case of domestic violence, it is important to retain the services of a highly-qualified criminal defense attorney. Contact our firm as soon as possible so that we may begin working on a defense strategy immediately. Your freedom, reputation, and future may be on the line, as well as your rights to enter your own place of residence or visit your children.

Our attorneys have decades of experience in effectively handling criminal cases. Our law firm concentrates exclusively on criminal cases, including those involving domestic violence. We are very familiar with and have earned a high regard with law enforcement agencies, the local court system, judges, and prosecutors. Our goal is to minimize the negative effects that misdemeanor and felony charges will have on your life and your future.

Consequences of Felony and Misdemeanor Convictions

If you are convicted of a misdemeanor in a domestic violence case, the penalties will depend on the specific facts of the case against you and your criminal history, if any. You may be sentenced to probation, a mandatory treatment program such as anger management, batterer's counseling, or substance abuse treatment, a jail term of less than a year, fines, and restitution paid to the victim. Felony convictions carry more severe penalties, depending on the seriousness of the crime. The defendant may be sentenced to years in a state prison and heavy fines. For specific information about your case, it is best to speak to a Los Angeles misdemeanor and felony defense lawyer at our firm.

If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony in a Los Angeles domestic violence case, contact our firm today!

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