Domestic Violence Attorney in San Bernardino
Criminal Defense for Domestic Abuse Allegations, Arrests & Charges
Domestic violence is taken very seriously by law enforcement and prosecuting attorneys. When violence is allegedly committed against a spouse, family member, or other loved one, the police will typically make an arrest at the scene. They will assess the situation and are required to make an arrest if they have reason to believe that domestic violence occurred. If the police are able to provide sufficient evidence to the prosecuting attorney’s office, the prosecutor assigned to the case can decide to press charges – even if the victim does not want to.
Representing defendants across San Bernardino and the surrounding areas in California, the Law Office of Dennis Kuntz is committed to personalized attention and experienced criminal defense counsel in the face of domestic violence charges. If you want to know how our team can begin fighting for you, please call for a free consultation.
Call San Bernardino criminal lawyer Dennis Kuntz today at (909) 200-4045.
About Domestic Violence Charges
Domestic violence is a crime that involves harming, attempting to harm, or threatening to harm a family member, spouse, ex-spouse, girlfriend, boyfriend, or other person you are living with or have had a romantic relationship with. It is the involvement of a family member or cohabitant that classifies certain acts as domestic violence.
There are many types of criminal acts that may fall under the umbrella of domestic violence charges:
- Physical abuse
- Sexual abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Child endangerment
- Child abuse
- Criminal threats
Why a San Bernardino Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer?
You need a San Bernardino criminal defense attorney if you have been accused of any kind of domestic abuse. From the moment the police are called to the scene, your rights and freedom are in danger. Even if the call was made in the heat of anger and the alleged victim does not want to move forward with a case against you, the police and prosecuting attorney may have other ideas. Only a skilled attorney can protect your rights and interests.
Contact our firm today at (909) 200-4045 and find out how we can help you.