Chicago Domestic Violence Attorney
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Domestic violence charges are all too common and unfortunately often based on unfounded charges. When two individuals are involved in an intense altercation, the police may be called to intervene. Tensions are high and accusations can be flung about, causing the police to arrest one person for domestic violence. If you recently found yourself in a similar situation, you can do something about it.
At the Law Offices of Mitch Furman, I work on the basis that all of my clients are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Doing so allows me to prepare the most informed and aggressive defense possible on your behalf. Your case is important to me, no matter how small you believe your charges are.
Domestic Violence in Chicago
Domestic violence charges should not be taken lightly, even when they are false. If convicted, you could be haunted by your record for years to come. I believe that my firm is the best choice to help reduce your sentence or even have your charges dismissed altogether.
What Is the Penalty for Domestic Battery in Illinois?
The penalty for domestic battery in Illinois is considered a Class A misdemeanor. Since it is considered a Class A misdemeanor, it is punishable for up to one year in jail, probation, fines of up to $2,500. They can also be elevated to a class 4 felony if any of the following occur:
Why choose the Law Offices of Mitch Furman?
- High success rate
- More than a decade of experience
- Honest work ethic
- Free initial case evaluation
- Timely and clear communication
- High number of legal connections and resources
My experience sets my firm apart from others in the area and has helped hundreds of individuals regain the future they deserve. Are you ready to get my firm on your side? My help is just a phone call away.
How Could a Domestic Violence Conviction Impact My Future?
According to Illinois law, an individual commits domestic violence if they cause physical harm to any family or household members. A family or household member can include a spouse, parent, child, roommate, or even those you've held a romantic relationship with in the past.
The court will evaluate the severity of your alleged offense before assigning penalties. Those convicted of domestic violence can spend several years in jail, be limited by probation, or be unable to see the people closest to them. It is vital that you retain an attorney you can trust who will fight for your innocence until reaching a favorable outcome. At my firm, I evaluate each case thoroughly to determine the best way to approach your defense. I am prepared to work tirelessly on your behalf, both in and out of the courtroom.
You can feel confident with me as your Chicago domestic violence defense attorney. Get in touch with my firm to schedule your complimentary consultation!