McPhie Law is Ready to Protect Your Rights
Have you been accused of domestic violence? The state of Arizona takes
these cases very seriously and provides serious consequences for those
who are convicted. If you have been charged, then it is essential that
you seek experienced, aggressive counsel ready to take proactive steps
on your behalf.
McPhie Law, our award-winning and industry-recognized legal team of Tempe domestic
violence attorneys are well-acquainted with the challenges the accused
face in these matters. No matter what the circumstances of our clients'
case may be, we work diligently to ensure that they are afforded every
consideration they deserve before our justice system.
It is critical that you start exploring your defense options as soon as
possible. Contact us today to start the process.
Domestic Violence Charges in Arizona
State statute ARS 13-3601 defines domestic violence in Arizona This offense
can take many forms, but there are added considerations when it is suspected
that the crime was perpetrated against someone in the suspect's household.
A crime can be considered "domestic violence" when the alleged
- A current or former spouse
- A current or former romantic partner
- A child of the suspect
- A child of the suspect's former spouse or romantic partner
- Any family member (sibling, grandparent, in-laws, etc.)
- Any person that resides with the victim (such as a roommate)
It's important to keep in mind that, contrary to popular belief, domestic
violence charges cannot be "dropped" by the alleged victim.
It is up to law enforcement and prosecutors to make this kind of decision,
regardless of the opinions those involved in the incident. To learn more
about your charges, what specific penalties you might be facing, and what
our firm can do to navigate your case to the best possible outcome, call us today.
Use our online form to request a
free case evaluation. We're ready to hear your story.