The Odom Law Firm

Domestic Abuse Defense

Domestic Abuse Charges in Atlanta

If you are facing a domestic abuse charge, it is important you are familiar with all issues surrounding your situation. Defense attorney Peter Odom at The Odom Law Firm can help you understand everything involved in a domestic abuse case. If you've been charged with such a crime, it's imperative you hire an aggressive domestic abuse attorney and understand Georgia's domestic abuse laws. A criminal defense attorney will strengthen your case by using his or her experience, skill and knowledge of Georgia criminal laws when defending your case before a judge in the Atlanta courts. 

Domestic abuse can be defined as physical, emotional or verbal abuse inflicted by one person against his or her spouse, partner or relative. There are various types of domestic abuse you may be charged with. Emotional abuse and spousal abuse are among those possibilities and it's important you know what the charge you are being faced with entails.

If you are convicted of domestic abuse, here are some possible consequences:

  • Imprisonment
  • Costly fines
  • Domestic counseling or anger management classes
  • Potential loss of custody of your children
  • Parole or probation

Here are some potential factors that can affect the outcome of your case:

  • Other prior convictions
  • Whether or not you have been convicted of similar domestic abuse crimes in the past
  • Evidence and information provided by the plaintiff against you

Are you being indicted for an alleged domestic abuse crime? Do you find yourself in great need of an aggressive defense lawyer to help you fight in court? Are you worried you may face one of these consequences?

Contact Atlanta domestic abuse defense attorney Peter Odom or call and speak to Peter directly at (866) 959-7322 for a free initial consultation.

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