Don’t Take On Domestic Violence Charges Alone
Being accused of domestic violence is something that must be taken seriously. Whether or not you have kids, it can have a huge impact on your future. You need an attorney who will fight for your rights when it matters most. Beck, Jonson & Nolan, PC, has helped clients throughout Colorado, and we can help you, too.
Our attorneys will take a look at your case and honestly assess what you can expect. We are here to listen to you, judgment-free. Sometimes domestic violence cases are especially important because it can result in the loss of parental rights. It is our goal to provide you with the best possible representation. We are on your side, no matter how big or small your case.
Understanding Domestic Violence Charges
There are typically five degrees of domestic violence. They can vary based on each individual case, but the guidelines are often the same. The five degrees usually go as follows:
- First-degree assault: when someone has inflicted severe bodily harm or deadly force has been used
- Second-degree assault: involves the use of a weapon
- Third-degree assault: when someone suffers substantial bodily harm
- Fourth-degree assault: when a victim is of a certain profession such as police officers and firefighters
- Fifth-degree assault: when someone inflicts bodily harm or has the intent of doing so
We can help prepare you and also build the strongest possible case in your defense. Don’t face the difficult legal system alone.