Fighting For Your Rights When Facing Domestic Violence Charges

A domestic violence conviction has the potential to ruin life as you know it. From being unable to travel to Canada, facing deportation and not being able to get a job, the potential consequences of a conviction are far-reaching. If you are facing domestic violence accusations, it is critical to have an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side.

The Brutal Truth About Domestic Violence

Since 1993, the law office of Eric A. Sunness, Attorney At Law, LLC, has been providing an aggressive criminal defense against domestic violence charges for our clients in Fort Collins, Loveland, Larimer County and throughout northern Colorado. We understand what it takes to be successful in these cases and will do everything in our power to limit your exposure to the harsh consequences that come with these charges.

Do not talk to the police — talk to a lawyer. For a free initial consultation with a Fort Collins domestic violence lawyer, please call 970-372-2036 or toll free 888-830-9445.

You Have The Right To Remain Silent. Use It.

No matter how many times the police tell you that they are on your side or that they just want your side of the story, do not speak to the police until you have contacted an attorney. They are not on your side, and talking to them only presents opportunities for you to get yourself in trouble. Remember, anything you say can and will be used against you in court.

In addition to not talking to police, it is a good idea to avoid talking to others about your situation, as well. Any conversation you have at the jail could end up being recorded and used against you.

Contact Us For Abuse And Domestic Violence Defense Representation

For more facts about domestic violence and what happens after 911 is called, please visit this informative website and read an article by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. To discuss your case and options during a free initial consultation, call our firm at 970-372-2036 or use our online contact form.