Atlanta Domestic Violence Defense Lawyers
Georgia Domestic Abuse Charge Lawyers
In the state of Georgia, if the police are called to respond to a domestic dispute, many times someone is going to jail. Police officers and the courts act in the best interests of society and that often means that a no-contact order or temporary restraining order will be put in place after a domestic violence arrest. Unfortunately, many of these penalties are heavy handed and punish innocent people who are now unable to see or speak to their family members.
If you have been arrested on a domestic violence charge and are worried about how a restraining order or bond condition will impact you and your family, talk with an attorney about your rights and what can be done to help your situation. At Chanco Schiffer P.C., in Atlanta, we understand that a lot is at stake in these cases. We offer our clients practical advice on what you can and cannot do while a restraining order is in place.
Atlanta Domestic Violence Defense Attorneys
When bond conditions and restraining orders are violated, that person may be charged with aggravated stalking. This is true even when those violations are inadvertent or when a person goes to his or her own house where other family members live.
In order to help our clients, we meet judges and prosecutors to explain the situation and defend the rights of those who have been arrested for domestic abuse charges or are unable to see their family members.
Talk With a Lawyer About Your Rights
If you have been arrest for domestic violence or another serious crime in Georgia, contact the attorneys at Chanco Schiffer and speak with me about your situation. Call locally at (404) 842-0909 to get honest advice as soon as possible about your circumstance.