Criminal Domestic Violence
Criminal Domestic Violence convictions carry serious consequences, many of which present countless barriers for those convicted. The criminal defense attorneys at Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC seek to avoid those barriers by providing you with the best possible legal counsel found in Greenville, South Carolina.
What you need to know:
Criminal Domestic Violence cases can stem from verbal altercations between spouses to actual physical violence between family members. South Carolina defines Criminal Domestic Violence as inflicting harm, attempting to inflict harm, or threatening to inflict harm on a household member.
No matter the severity of the situation, all Criminal Domestic Violence convictions impact the accused in countless ways. These consequences can seriously affect the way in which you live your life and interact with loved ones.
While Criminal Domestic Violence is considered a misdemeanor in South Carolina, someone convicted of Criminal Domestic Violence may experience loss of employment or resistance from future employers. In addition, Criminal Domestic Violence can prohibit an individual from possessing a firearm. A charge or conviction can also have adverse consequences in a divorce action or child custody case.
Criminal Domestic Violence cases require the assistance of a criminal defense attorney who is experienced in handling this type of case. The criminal defense attorneys at Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey are not only qualified, but are here to guide you through your proceedings. Each Criminal Domestic Violence case is unique, so set up a free consultation with our firm. We can walk through your case and what options you have to avoid a conviction and maintain your record. Call our office at (864) 298-0084 or request an appointment online.
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