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When Accusations of Domestic Violence Threaten Your Rights and Future

by Sal Ciulla on January 31, 2014 · 0 comments

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Domestic ViolenceA complaint of spousal abuse or child abuse typically mean one thing, whether or not the complaint is accurate: someone is going to jail.

A “He said, she said’” situation is almost always difficult to sort out. But if you are the target of the allegation, you face a number of harsh punishments if you are convicted — a jail term, heavy fines, a criminal record, restrictions on access to your children, possible deportation if you are an immigrant and negative impact on rights that many of us take for granted, such as the ability to own a firearm.

With so much at stake, you need experienced defense representation on your side that safeguards your interests, takes your side of the story seriously and provides attentive personal service throughout the legal process.

Have you been accused of stalking, harassment, intimidation, criminal trespass or terroristic threats in Santa Ana and Orange County? A skilled defense lawyer can investigate circumstances surrounding your arrest and dig deeply for the facts that work in your favor during negotiations with prosecutors and at trial if necessary.

With more than 25 years of experience and a reputation for obtaining positive results for his clients, attorney Sal Ciulla works hard to protect your rights. You should contact his Law Office of Salvatore P. Ciulla when domestic violence charges interrupt your life. Our dedicated criminal lawyer’s motto is the same as it was in 1986 when his practice was established — ”Just win.”

Call today toll free to ensure that your liberties and livelihood are properly safeguarded by a law firm that truly cares about your future. 714-542-0500. You can also reach us with an email message. Your initial consultation can take place at a police station or jail if necessary after an arrest.

 

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