The Consequences of Conviction on a Domestic Violence Charge
Domestic violence isn't like other crimes. A conviction can affect your ability to get a job or find a place to live years after you have completed your sentence. You will not be treated equally in child custody and parenting time decisions. And you will not be able to own, possess or attempt to purchase a firearm for the rest of your life.
Domestic Violence Charges Can Permanently Limit Your Options
Conviction on domestic violence charges can result in severe penalties and other consequences, including:
- Jail, fines, probation or mandatory treatment
- Felony or misdemeanor conviction on your record
- Loss of security clearance (or military discharge)
- Forfeiting your right to possess a firearm
- You won't be treated equally in child custody or parenting time decisions
Do not take any domestic violence charge lightly. Contact the criminal defense lawyers of Anaya, Foley & McKedy, P.C., in Colorado Springs for an aggressive defense. Our three attorneys have more than 30 years of experience. We have successfully represented thousands of clients.
We will accompany you to court to answer the domestic violence and any underlying charges before a judge. With effective legal counsel, a significant number of cases are dismissed because there was no injury, no witnesses or because both parties were equally at fault.
We'll Fight for You — and We Fight to Win
If the case continues, our lawyers will fiercely protect your interests in plea negotiations or at trial. Our attorneys are all former prosecutors and skilled trial attorneys who will fight to achieve a positive outcome in your case.
Don't risk a lifetime of punishment for a domestic violence charge. Contact Anaya, Foley & McKedy, P.C., to defend you. Call 719-387-9954 for a free consultation.