Domestic Violence

If you are arrested for domestic violence, you may go to jail. Furthermore, you may be separated from your family and prohibited from living in your own home. If you are not a citizen, you face exclusion (deportation) as a result of this charge, even if it is dismissed on conditions.

At Ronald E. Smith, P.C., we understand how important it is for our clients to avoid these harsh consequences. We have extensive experience helping people in Virginia with their most critical criminal defense issues.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 703-539-5825 to speak with a knowledgeable Fairfax, Virginia, domestic violence defense lawyer.

Fighting Domestic Violence Charges

At Ronald E. Smith, P.C., we help people who have been arrested on charges of domestic violence and other assault and battery charges. We also help those who have had restraining orders brought against them. If you are facing these charges, we can help you understand your legal options and seek a dismissal of charges if possible.

Virginia law provides first-time domestic violence offenders the opportunity to be placed on probation and enter treatment and education programs. Upon successful completion of these programs, charges can be dismissed. Our attorneys will carefully examine all of the details of your case to help you determine a course of action that best suits your needs.

Domestic Violence and Immigration

If you are visiting this country or actively seeking citizenship, a domestic violence conviction can permanently derail your plans. Crimes such as domestic violence, child abuse and child neglect are considered deportable offenses. Also, if you are found to have violated an order of protection, you are also subject to probation. Our defense lawyers understand the immigration consequences of domestic violence charges and can help you pursue freedom from the consequences of a conviction.

Contact Us

If you are facing domestic violence allegations, we are prepared to stand up for your rights. Contact us today online or by telephone at 703-539-5825 to speak with an experienced domestic violence defense attorney. For your convenience, we offer free initial telephone consultations.

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