Here To Guide You Through Your Domestic Violence Charge
When an argument becomes heated, the police often become involved. Whether they are called by a nosy neighbor or by a frightened family member, officers often feel pressured to make an arrest – just because they arrived at the scene of the altercation.
Even if the accuser chooses not to press charges, the state may decide to pursue matters on its own. The result? Criminal proceedings that the victim wouldn’t have chosen and that the defendant doesn’t deserve.
Taking the Right Approach to Testimony in Court
Domestic violence cases are sensitive matters. Often, one party’s word is pitted against the others’. The case revolves around the victim’s sensitive testimony. Your lawyer must know how to properly interact with the witness in court. She must know how to ask the right questions, and how to be simultaneously respectful and protective of your rights.
Our lawyers have extensive experience in handling sensitive domestic violence matters appropriately and effectively. We are a leading local law firm with a reputation for favorable results in even the most complex and high-stakes defenses. That’s what makes us the right choice for representing people accused of domestic violence in Wisconsin.
The Consequences of a Domestic Violence Conviction
Choosing the right attorney for your domestic violence defense is critical, especially because the consequences of a conviction can be life changing. In addition to jail time, convicted defendants often face:
- visitation consequences
- Loss of the ability to legally carry a firearm
- Trouble finding jobs, and renting apartments
The best way to avoid these consequences is to avoid a conviction. That’s where we can help.
Contact a Dane County Domestic Battery and Spousal Abuse Attorney
If you’re charged with a domestic violence offense, contact an experienced Madison defense attorney. Our Wisconsin law firm represents people facing domestic violence allegations, including domestic disorderly conduct, domestic battery and child neglect or endangerment.
To talk with a lawyer about the charges you face, call Nicholson, Gansner & Otis, S.C. at 608-471-5003 or contact us online for a free 30 minute initial and confidential consultation about your situation.