Don’t Take Chances With Your Freedom After A Domestic Violence Allegation
Family relationships are complex and often messy. It is sometimes hard for outside observers to accurately interpret what they see or hear. When a couple’s arguments become loud enough for neighbors to hear, for instance, assumptions are made and police may be called. From there, a very clear abuser-victim narrative begins to develop, even if it is based on incomplete or inaccurate information.
If you’ve been charged with domestic violence, your freedom and your reputation are at stake. Instead of trying to explain your way out of trouble, seek help from an experienced attorney. In Shreveport, the clear choice for representation is Alan J. Golden Attorney at Law. Mr. Golden has more than 35 years of criminal law experience, including previously serving as a prosecuting attorney in Caddo Parish. He now uses his considerable knowledge and skill to defend those facing serious criminal charges.
Domestic Violence Charges Will Impact Many Aspects Of Your Life
The consequences of domestic violence allegations can be felt long before conviction. Based on allegations alone, you may become the subject of a no-contact order or temporary restraining order. You may be unable to enter your own home or have contact with your children. The allegations or the disruption caused by them could cost you your job.
If you are currently involved in a family law dispute over child custody, domestic violence allegations will weigh heavily in the case.
The stakes are even higher if you are ultimately convicted of a domestic violence offense. You may face jail time, fines and the loss of your right to own a firearm.
Don’t Wait To Seek Competent Legal Help
In light of all this, you cannot afford to “let the dust settle” after an allegation. Nor can you afford to rely on a public defender or inexperienced lawyer. You need an attorney with the experience, knowledge and courtroom presence to tell your side of the story and ensure that your rights are not violated. You need attorney Alan J. Golden.
Contact The Firm Today To Schedule An Initial Consultation
If you have been charged with a domestic violence offense in Caddo Parish, Bossier Parish or Desoto Parish, reach out to Alan J. Golden Attorney at Law as soon as possible to discuss your rights and options. You can schedule your initial consultation by calling 318-300-1633 or by emailing the firm.