Domestic violence is the crime of threatening violence or committing acts of violence or harm against someone with whom you have a close relationship. Although domestic violence commonly occurs between married spouses and people in a romantic relationship, this can also include a roommate, sibling, parent, or child.
If you have been accused of domestic violence or arrested because a law enforcement official believed you were a danger, it is important to remain calm. Exercise your right to remain silent and never offer up information without your attorney present. Your future is on the line and if you have children, your ability to see them may be at risk. Our Everett criminal defense lawyer has more than 20 years of experience defending clients like yourself.
When domestic violence allegations have been made, it is important that you do not waste any time before reaching out to an experienced Everett attorney from our firm. We take these charges very seriously and understand the long-term penalties which could be involved if you are convicted.