State College Domestic Violence Lawyer
A domestic abuse allegation can have an immediate and long-term impact on your rights. In addition to a PFA (protection from abuse), you could also face jail time, fines and a damaging criminal record.
At JD Law in State College, Pennsylvania, Attorney Jason Dunkle is experienced in the investigation and defense of domestic violence allegations. We immediately begin collecting relevant evidence to build your defense and protect your rights. Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation with State college domestic violence lawyer Jason Dunkle.
Domestic Assault in the College Community
Domestic violence, abuse, and other related allegations are not limited to married couples or live-in partnerships. Many cases of assault or abuse will arise in the college community, having an immediate and long-term impact on all accused parties. If you have recently been accused of domestic violence or are under investigation, you need to have a clear understanding of your rights and how a conviction could impact your future.
Once a domestic abuse claim is reported to the police, it is not up to the victim to remove those charges, even if they were based on a false allegation. You need an experienced advocate to examine the facts of your case and develop a strategic defense to minimize charges and penalties in your case.
Our State College domestic violence defense attorney is experienced in cases involving:
- Domestic abuse
- Girlfriend/boyfriend physical abuse
- Sexual assault and domestic violence
- Mutual aggression and assault
Know Your Options · Know Your Rights · Protect Your Future
When faced with a serious criminal allegation, including domestic violence, you want to understand the charges as well as the penalties you may face. For many defendants, exposure could result in job loss, loss of custody and the severance of other personal rights. As your lawyers, we will take the time to explore your options, develop a strategic and aggressive defense, and work toward the best possible outcome in your case.
For a free consultation directly with our Centre County family/spousal abuse attorney, please call (814) 954-7622 or contact us by email. We accept MasterCard, Visa, and Discover.