Protecting The Accused Against Serious Charges
Consider The Consequences
Domestic violence charges are extremely serious. If you are convicted, you could lose your right to bear arms and face jail time and sizeable fines. Plus, a domestic violence conviction could permanently tarnish your reputation and make it difficult to keep or obtain employment. That’s why it’s so important to hire an experienced Tupelo domestic violence attorney.
Since 1997, my firm, Robert W. Davis, Jr., Attorney at Law, has helped individuals in Tupelo, Mississippi, and surrounding areas fight domestic violence and spousal abuse charges. I am a zealous advocate for clients who have been wrongfully accused or who have been bullied into pleading guilty for a crime they didn’t commit.
What Is Domestic Abuse?
Domestic violence can involve physical abuse, threats, intimidation tactics and other types of violent behavior between spouses, ex-spouses, couples living in the same home, parents and dating partners. Both men and women can be convicted of domestic violence. These charges are taken very seriously by the Mississippi court system. You don’t want to fight domestic assault charges without a skilled lawyer by your side.
How My Firm Can Protect You
Because every domestic violence case is unique, I will complete a thorough assessment of your police records and any evidence, recommending legal solutions tailored to your situation. I am skilled in identifying weaknesses in the case against you and I will use those to your advantage while attempting to have your charges reduced or dismissed. I have years of experience negotiating with prosecutors and, when it is in my client’s best interests, I am skilled at making deals. When litigation is your best option, I will skillfully and aggressively defend you in the courtroom.
Don’t Wait To Defend Yourself
A domestic violence conviction could result in serious penalties. Count on my law firm, Robert W. Davis, Jr., Attorney at Law, for thorough and aggressive representation. Contact me, or call 662-269-4454 to schedule a free initial consultation.