DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LAWYER
Kane County Domestic Battery Attorney
If you are charged with battery, you can face devastating consequences following a conviction. It is important to have a knowledgeable lawyer on your side to increase your chances of a successful outcome.
At the Law Office of Richard C. Irvin & Associates, we understand that emotions can run hot in many relationships. Whether it is a dating relationship, a marriage or a relationship with a shared child, tempers can flare. When those tempers or arguments lead to threats, or physical violence, legal consequences can soon follow. If you have been charged with battery, our Aurora domestic violence attorneys will zealously defend your rights.
There are several circumstances in which a domestic battery charge can be successfully defended, including:
- If the victim is the only other person present when the battery occurs, and the victim does not appear in court, the state cannot prevail in the case.
- Most individuals will claim that the battery occurred in self-defense.
A charge of domestic battery can be considered a felony under certain circumstances. If an individual is charged with domestic battery and has a prior domestic battery charge on his or her record, or if the victim received an injury that can be considered harmful or egregious, the battery charge can be a felony. If an individual is convicted of the felony charge, the consequences can include prison time. It is important to consult with an experienced attorney to begin your defense immediately.
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If you have questions regarding domestic battery or orders of protection in Illinois, contact The Law Office of Richard C. Irvin & Associates to schedule a free initial consultation. We accept major credit cards for payment of services. Hablamos español.