Domestic Violence Assault
Charged With Domestic Violence Assault?
A domestic violence assault conviction has serious consequences affecting your future, your rights and your reputation. Even though the charge may not be a felony, the consequences carry felony like repercussions. Specifically, people convicted of domestic violence assault potentially cannot possess firearms. Domestic violence assault charges need to be fought aggressively.
Contact Anchorage domestic violence assault attorney T. Burke Wonnell, Attorney at Law, today – 907-339-8008. Proudly serving all of Alaska.
Domestic Violence Assault Charges
Domestic violence assault does not have to be between husband and wife. It can include an offense by one household member against another household member, or against a former partner. Acts constituting domestic violence include physical violence, interfering with a call to the police, stalking, harassment and even threats under some circumstances.
With over 18 years of experience in criminal law both as a prosecutor and a defense attorney, attorney T. Burke Wonnell knows how to effectively protect his clients’ interests in domestic violence assault cases. He finds out what is important to you and then strives to get you the best possible result either by persuasive negotiation or by taking your case to trial.
Recanting Allegations of Domestic Violence Assault
It does not matter if your spouse or the alleged victim changes their story and decides they do not want the government to pursue the charges. The prosecutor has complete discretion and can pursue the case even without the victim’s cooperation. Therefore, It is important to obtain effective representation in defending these domestic violence assault charges.
Contact an Alaska Domestic Assault Lawyer Today
If you have been arrested for domestic violence assault, contact a lawyer experienced in criminal law. Call Alaska attorney T. Burke Wonnell at 907-339-8008 to schedule an appointment to discuss your legal options. Services are typically billed at a flat rate per case.