Charged with Domestic Violence?
In the state of Oklahoma, domestic violence (sometimes referred to as domestic abuse) is defined as any assault and battery between family members.
Oklahoma’s Criminal Code states that domestic violence can only occur between:
- Current or former spouses (and their spouses)
- Anyone currently or formerly in a dating relationship
- Relatives by blood or marriage
- Those living within a household
If you’ve been charged with domestic violence, you must act quickly to secure legal representation and protection. Such charges are always serious in nature, and have lasting ramifications.
Although these situations can remain fluid and complex, it’s always best to place your trust in an established law firm with a proven history of serving clients within Oklahoma County, and throughout the state.
Protect Your Livelihood with Experienced Legal Counsel
A domestic violence conviction can have a profound effect on your life going forward. Aside from the possibility of jail time, having a conviction on your record can jeopardize employment, relationships, and finances. Multiple offenses can be elevated to a felony.
Because of this, Coyle Law Firm advises that you retain legal representation to resolve the matter, regardless of the surrounding circumstances.
Coyle Law Firm is Always Your Best Line of Defense
Domestic violence charges are never to be dealt with on your own — the stakes are simply too high. Our firm is committed to your defense, and the protection of your constitutional rights. We can provide you with a timely and confidential consultation in regards to your situation. Contact our offices today at 405-232-1988, or use the contact link provided below. The longer you wait to obtain an aggressive legal defense, the more jeopardy you are in.