St. Petersburg Domestic Violence Attorney

Protect Your Rights with an Experienced Firm

Domestic violence (also called “spousal abuse”) is described as a violent crime involving cohabitants (people living together) or spouses. It is any criminal offense resulting in the injury or death of one family or household member to another. Due to the sensitive nature of violent crimes involving family, especially when children are involved, criminal defense attorneys with experience in domestic violence are a must to protect your and your family’s future.

The attorneys at LeavenLaw have decades of experience handling a variety of cases. Since 1972, our firm has grown to serve clients throughout Florida! The sooner that you get in touch with our firm, the sooner that we can help you determine your best options.

Contact LeavenLaw today for more information about your case!

Types of Domestic Violence Charges

A domestic violence arrest in Florida will usually result in a court-issued restraining order until the case is resolved, meaning the accused may need to move out of his/her home and be separated from his/her family. Final sentencing will depend upon the severity of the victim’s injuries, whether there were any prior convictions, whether a minor was present, or whether a restraining order was violated.

There are many forms of domestic violence:

  • Assault
  • Battery
  • Emotional abuse
  • Sexual assault or battery
  • Stalking
  • Kidnapping

Domestic violence convictions can lead to a situation where you never get to see your spouse or children again. Obviously, you know that is not the right thing for your family. It is the job of your criminal defense lawyer to prove your innocence and protect your and your family’s future.

Fight for Your Future with a St. Petersburg Domestic Violence Lawyer!

If you have been accused of a domestic violence offense, acting fast will positively affect the outcome of your case. The sooner you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney, the greater are your chances of getting your case dismissed.

Call (855) 532-8365 today for a free consultation!