If you have been charged with domestic violence in Arizona, it is important to consult with a domestic violence attorney immediately. Defendants convicted of domestic violence face life changing penalties including probation, jail time, counseling, parenting programs, and domestic violence treatment programs.
Arizona Domestic Violence Attorney Kyle T. Green
As a domestic violence attorney, I will thoroughly review your domestic violence case from top to bottom looking at things like self-defense, who was the initial physical aggressor, whether or not the violent act or property crime actually occurred, and whether or not the domestic relationship involved is protected by Arizona law. Together we will review the evidence against you and explore your possible defense options and all the options available to you. Above all, I work to protect your interests in your Arizona domestic violence case, working tirelessly to accomplish your goals.
What is domestic violence?
According to Arizona law, domestic violence is a crime committed among persons with one of the following relationships:
- Spouse (current and former)
- Roommates (persons who reside in the same household at the time of the crime)
- Persons who have a child together
- If one person is pregnant by the other party
- Persons related by blood or court order (parent, grandparent, stepparent, parent-in-law, etc.)
- Persons in a romantic or sexual relationship
- Child who resides in the same household as the defendant and is related by blood to another person residing in the household
Domestic violence occurs when one of the following offenses is committed between individuals in one of these protected relationships. These domestic violence offenses include, but are not limited to:
- Sexual assault
- Threatening or intimidating
- Aggravated assault
- Assault with a weapon
- Criminal trespass
- Criminal damage
- Aggravated harassment
- Child or vulnerable adult abuse or emotional abuse
- Dangerous crimes against children
- Cruelty to animals
- Disorderly conduct
- Order of protection violation
Facing Domestic Violence Charges?
If you are facing domestic violence charges, it is important that you connect with a domestic violence attorney immediately. At my office, same or next day consultations are often available, meaning you can rest easy knowing someone is on your side. Remember, any contact with the alleged victim can result in additional charges. If you have been charged with a domestic violence offense in Tempe or the surrounding area, contact me at 480-331-7568 and let’s get to work on your case.