Domestic Violence Attorney in Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale domestic violence charges can be the result of something as seemingly minor as violating a restraining order with a late night phone call to physical assault or threats with weapons. As a result, these charges may be rated as a misdemeanor or a felony.

Many times authorities are called to a domestic fight with no witnesses and no evidence. A number of Scottsdale departments have a policy of arresting of someone as a way to prevent further escalation. Often the decision on who to arrest for domestic violence is based solely on who called the police in the first place.

Scottsdale Domestic Violence Penalties

Have no doubt about this: prosecutors and the courts take domestic violence charges very seriously and they aggressively seek the most severe penalties in court. If you're facing any Scottsdale domestic violence charge, even a misdemeanor, you need to talk with a qualified Scottsdale domestic violence defense lawyer.

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I offer a FREE initial consultation on domestic violence cases. We also have convenient financing available to make it easier for you to get effective representation from a real Scottsdale domestic violence defense lawyer and not just a public defender.

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If you need a domestic violence defense lawyer, call William L. Morris day or night.

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Domestic Violence Attorney
Serving Scottsdale, Arizona

In addition to jail time, probation, fines, and mandatory counseling, a domestic violence conviction can put you at risk in future child custody cases — which could mean the loss of your children. If you're going through a divorce and believe your soon-to-be ex-spouse falsely accused you of domestic violence so she could get sole custody, contact Attorney William L. Morris today to help you fight for what's right.