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Beat Domestic Violence Charges in Wisconsin With Help From Eisenberg Law
Even though domestic violence charges do not always lead to a conviction, they can still wreak havoc with your life. As soon as you are charged with domestic violence in Wisconsin, you may face suspicion. Friends and neighbors may start to avoid you, a no-contact order may be entered, and you might even be prevented from seeing your kids or living in your own home. If you are convicted, the repercussions are even worse. It’s not uncommon for people to have difficulty finding employment or renting a house or apartment if they have a domestic violence conviction.
The best way to protect your reputation and beat domestic violence charges is with help from an experienced attorney. The criminal defense attorneys at Eisenberg Law Offices can help you by ensuring you receive due process and by defending you against the charges in court.
2 Important Facts About Domestic Violence Charges in Wisconsin
Domestic abuse charges are more complex than they first appear. Here are two important facts about domestic abuse charges that you should know.
- In Wisconsin, domestic violence charges always occur alongside another charge, usually disorderly conduct. Domestic violence falls under the category of domestic abuse but may also be referred to as spousal abuse or family abuse/violence.
- Domestic abuse is distinguished from the more general assault or battery by the nature of the relationship between the victim and the perpetrator. To qualify as domestic abuse, the two people must have a “domestic relationship.” This can mean many things, including belonging to the same household, being romantic partners (married, dating, or divorced), family members or roommates, or have a parent/child relationship.
What Qualifies As Domestic Abuse?
Domestic abuse includes all of the same actions or aggressions as assault or battery, including:
• Causing intentional pain, illness, or injury to the other person.
• Sexually assaulting another person.
• Causing the other person to fear that they will be physically harmed by you.
• Intentionally impairing the other person.
Domestic violence charges will reflect the specific act(s) of violence committed and any penalties incurred will be based on those specific charges.
Don’t Fight Domestic Abuse Charges On Your Own
Fighting domestic abuse charges is an uphill battle, especially if you try to do it on your own. These are typically highly emotional situations and victims often receive more sympathy than the alleged violator, which can make it hard to successfully argue your case on your own.
The good news is you do not have to face these charges by yourself. The domestic abuse attorneys at Eisenberg Law Offices are here to help. We have been representing clients in Wisconsin for over 35 years and have a strong track record of success. Our defense attorneys understand the way charges are made, how the Wisconsin legal system works, and which strategies can best protect you.
If you are charged with domestic violence, contact our team right away. Don’t try to contact the victim or speak to the police without an attorney present, as you may incriminate yourself.
Call us at 608-256-8356 or email us at email@example.com to arrange a free consultation.