Domestic Violence: A Crime in Arizonaby Arja Shah Leading Criminal Defense and DUI/DWI Lawyer
Domestic violence persists to be a serious issue around
the nation, especially in Arizona. The state defines
domestic violence as a felony act of ill-treatment
committed by any "family member."
The types of crime considered as domestic offenses can be mental, emotional, physical, financial, or abusing adults and children all over the country every day. Although family violations can occur in any relationship, many are sentenced and arrested falsely with little evidence. And you are charged with domestic violence; you need to find a skilled criminal defense attorney to help you.
"The stats from a new survey of Domestic violence had a disturbing fact:
82% of domestic violence arrests increased between 2001 and 2010 in Arizona. More than one in four men and more than one in three women have gone through domestic violence at the hands of intimate partners."
Most domestic abusers employ in financial abuse, isolating behavior to control their sufferer and manipulation. So everyone needs to know how to recognize a potential abuser before distressing behavior worsens to full-blown abuse. The higher chances of relationships leading to fatalities or dire injuries depend on how long the abusive relationships continue.
Often the domestic crimes begin with the simple conflict that turns heated. Maybe someone is yelling or throwing something out of anger, damaging their property- punching the walls or break their cell phone and neighbor overhears that and informs the police. In that case, both parties will get interrogated, and you would get blamed for the crime. And in many situations, after the temper calmed down, usually the victim does not want to press charges, but the government will take this seriously, and you have to serve the jail or hefty penalties.
In Arizona, domestic violence gets vigorously punished. Even if the complaint is withdrawn, the case will not dismiss as a victim is a witness for the situation. With the conviction, the individual could be charged as a misdemeanor or felony and can result in a prison sentence, fine, court fees, mandatory enrollment in a domestic violence treatment program, probation, a permanent restraining order, and costs of treatment. Also, you may be denied access to family and children and might also lose the rights.
Victims of domestic violence possess the right of legal assistance from an experienced domestic violence attorney, who can build a strong case using the shreds of evidence, help compensation for victim's damage, medical expenses, pain, and suffering. Since 2007, Arja Shah Law Firm PLLC has got proven track records of successfully defending clients and is well- versed in the applicable Arizona domestic violence laws.
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