Domestic Violence

Defense Against Domestic Violence Charges

Have you been arrested in Redwood City?

If you have been accused of domestic violence, it is absolutely imperative that you immediately retain the representation of an experienced representative from Nicholson Law Offices. At our firm, we are committed to ensuring that each individual who retains our assistance is able to receive the best possible legal assistance for his or her specific case and we stand ready to aggressively provide defense on our clients' behalf. Nicholson Law Offices will fight for you when you need it most. If you have been charged with a domestic violence-related crime, you need to work with our Redwood City firm!

Law enforcement officials and prosecutors do not take accusations of domestic violence lightly, and if you have been charged with a crime, having Nicholson Law Offices on your side can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.

We may be able to assist you if you have been charged with:

Work with our Redwood City domestic violence lawyers!

After an arrest, it is not only your future that is on the line, but your family's safety and relationships may be on the line, too. A conviction of domestic violence means that you may be facing jail or prison time, restraining orders, and not be allowed on your property or have contact with your spouse or children.

In order to protect yourself and defend your rights, you need to work with Nicholson Law Offices. We can help determine whether your charges could potentially be dropped or whether you could secure a reduction in the penalties that you may be facing if convicted.

To learn more, contact Nicholson Law Offices and schedule a free consultation with a domestic violence lawyer from our Redwood City office right away!

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