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Anne Arundel County Domestic Violence Lawyer

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Are you facing domestic violence charges? The penalties for domestic violence charges are extensive, and it is imperative that you have powerful legal representation. Trunnell Law, LLC has more than 30 years of experience in defending against charges of domestic violence. Our lead attorney, Richard Trunnell, is former prosecutor and has great insight into how navigate the criminal justice system and get results, both at trial and in negotiations with the prosecutor. Our lead attorney has a Superb rating from Avvo and has a reputation for achieving positive verdicts.

Domestic violence cases are charges that involve a child, a sibling, a parent, a spouse or a domestic partner. Stalking, assault, rape or sexual offenses, or any act of violence, or the threat of violence can lead to serious criminal charges - even to an innocent person. The accusation that you made threats can lead to charges of domestic violence, and you will be forced to defend yourself. You cannot expect that the court will believe you, and you definitely need a top defender if you are facing false accusations.

Are you facing domestic violence charges in Maryland?

Domestic violence is heavily punished in our state. Depending on the circumstances, you may be forced to spend time in jail, pay fines, and attend court-mandated anger management classes. You could also be restricted from entering your home or seeing your children, under a protective order. There are different forms of protective orders, including temporary, interim and final protective order.

The type of court order that has been issued will determine how you are allowed to interact with the person the order protects. Violating a protective order is punishable with jail time and fines. If you are charged with domestic violence, it is in your best interest to contact a criminal defense attorney in Crofton as soon as possible. A criminal conviction of domestic violence or a violation of a protective order can have lasting consequences.

Contact us today to find out how we can help you.