Georgia Domestic Violence Defense
Domestic Violence Battery, Cruelty to Children and Temporary Protective Order Defense
Have you or a loved one been arrested for a Domestic Violence charge? Domestic violence battery, aggravated battery, and cruelty to children charges are very serious. You may have even been ordered out of your home and away from your children. These offenses carry the potential to affect your ability to have custody of your children or may even prevent you from being able to own a firearm. The state can ask for no contact orders against you, barring you from visitation and/or limiting your ability to be a parent to your children.
Finally it is important to know that just because you are no longer together, or the victim wants the case dropped, does not mean that the case will be dropped. The state is able to compel a victim to testify against you.
Another added element is the fact that many times these cases involve someone whom you love making these cases and how they proceed even more sensitive. Attorney Chanco has defended many Georgia domestic violence cases and cares about you and your family. He takes the time out to understand you and your situation and charts a defense strategy from there.