Domestic Abuse

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If you threaten or physically harm another person in your household, you may be facing domestic violence charges, as well as additional possible charges.

Oftentimes, a domestic violence charge is a misdemeanor, but after two convictions the penalties can be increased and it can escalate to a felony. If you are convicted of domestic abuse, you will likely be punished by a class 1 misdemeanor. If it is a second offense or a subsequent offense, you may be facing a class 6 felony.

Contact the Law Offices of Patrick N. Anderson and Associates if you are facing domestic violence charges. With over 28 years of defending criminal cases, our team has the experience and the expertise you need. We treat all our clients as part of our family, providing you with top-notch representation. Call us today for your free case evaluation. Our team will fight for your rights.

Virginia Code: Domestic Abuse Against A Family Member