All too often, the decision to arrest is made based on who called the police first. When faced with no independent witnesses, little evidence and a department policy requiring the officer to make an arrest under certain circumstances, many innocent citizens are wrongfully accused of domestic violence offenses. Being charged with a domestic violence offense in West Virginia can have significant consequences that could affect the rest of your life. In addition to incarceration, probation, fines and counseling, you could lose many valuable job opportunities and your right to possess a firearm.
Your freedom and rights are extremely important to you. If charged, it is very important that you speak immediately with an experienced domestic violence defense lawyer who is familiar with these types of cases. Pepper and Nason could be able to provide you with the defense that you need if you are facing serious criminal charges due to alleged domestic violence.
Whether you have been charged with domestic violence assault, domestic violence aggravated assault, domestic violence disorderly conduct, or any misdemeanor or felony domestic violence offense, call Pepper and Nason at (304) 346-0361 today, to see if we can help your case. No charge for the initial office visit.