Domestic Violence

When The Stakes Are High, Be Prepared

Allegations of domestic violence are one of the most common causes for arrest. You can be arrested based on allegations, with little or no corroborating evidence. In fact, in South Carolina the law doesn't even require an actual physical injury in order for one to be arrested and convicted.

If you are convicted of domestic violence, even as a first offense, you will face serious consequences. A conviction will stay on your record, and this may impact you in the future when you search for a new job or a place to live. A conviction for a domestic violence offense will also prevent you from ever lawfully owning or possessing a firearm or ammunition.

It is important to have an attorney to help you navigate the system, which can be confusing and intimidating. It is important to you know your rights.

Know Your Rights And How To Proceed

Because domestic violence is such a serious allegation in South Carolina, you need skilled representation. Remember: You are presumed innocent under the law, and you have the right to a trial by jury. You also have the right to confront your accuser in court.

As an experienced domestic violence lawyer, I know how the system works. Being correctly informed about how to make the right decision on how you wish to proceed is of the utmost importance. I am dedicated to finding the right way to approach your case and being straightforward and transparent with you about it.

Face Your Charges With Confidence

If someone calls the police and accuses you of domestic violence or spouse abuse it is likely that you'll be arrested. It is crucial to speak with an attorney immediately and avoid speaking with police. If you or a loved one has been accused of domestic violence, call my office, located in Florence, at 843-773-2789 to arrange a free consultation. You may also reach out through my online contact form. Your initial consultation will be free.