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El Dorado County Domestic Violence Attorney
Serving Clients Throughout El Dorado, Placer, and Sacramento Counties
If you have been accused of domestic violence, you should immediately seek counsel from a defense attorney. Your freedom and reputation are on the line after an arrest or charge of this nature. If you are charged with domestic violence, you will likely be prevented from returning to your home or visiting your children in addition to any criminal penalties. At the McGinity Law Office, we defend clients facing domestic violence charges of all types.
Clients benefit from our commitment. We offer:
- Personalized legal attention
- 24/7 availability to answer their questions and concerns
- An in-depth investigative approach
- Open and honest communication
- Straightforward and easy to understand counsel
To learn more about your legal options, call us today at (530) 290-6520.
Domestic violence refers to crimes committed against a family member, spouse, or partner with whom you share a residence. There are many different actions which fall under the category of domestic violence, from physical violence to harassment. If you are convicted of domestic violence, you could be facing very serious criminal consequences. Domestic violence convictions often carry penalties such as time in jail, community service, probation, custody restrictions, and an anger management or batterers' intervention program.
Acts of domestic violence can include:
- Physical abuse
- Sexual abuse
- Assault with a weapon
- Child endangerment
- Child abuse
- Emotional/mental abuse
Protect your rights and your reputation. To set up a free case consultation with our El Dorado County domestic violence attorney, contact us now at (530) 290-6520.
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Once an alleged victim files a complaint or an arrest is made, they may file a petition requesting a protective order or restraining order. When a restraining order has been filed against you, you will not be able to contact or come into close proximity with the alleged victim. This includes written and electronic communication and will prevent you from visiting their residence, even if it was a shared residence. You will not be able to visit their place of employment, school, or any other place where they have personal obligations.