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Domestic Violence Attorneys in Central Illinois

We Are Here to Defend Your Reputation

Domestic violence is a charged issue in the courtroom, and these cases can be intensive for all parties involved. Being charged with this crime can instantly turn your life upside down, with many people ready to turn against you without waiting to hear your side of the story. The important thing to do after being charged with this offense is to remain calm and remember that there is a place to settle this – the courtroom.

The Central Illinois domestic violence lawyers of Johnson Law Group can provide the dedicated, trusted legal counsel you need during this difficult time. We know how seriously this accusation can affect your life, and we work tirelessly to protect the rights and reputations of our clients.

We encourage you to call us today at (309) 565-8825 to set up a free, no-obligation consultation.

Maintain Discretion

From the time you are arrested to the end of the case, anything you say to law enforcement, prosecutors, and even friends and family can be used against you. This is why it is recommended that you do not try to explain the situation to anyone other than your attorney. Law enforcement is not there to help you; their job is to listen for anything that implies guilt. Even confiding in a friend or loved one can come back to bite you if they are called to testify in court. They may want to help, but a skilled prosecutor can ask leading questions that will further hurt your case.

It is very important that you get the details clear and maintain consistency in your side of events. Your attorney is someone you can trust to look out for your best interests — this is why you should reach out as soon as possible.

You Can Be Charged Even If the Alleged Victim Was Not a Family Member

Many people think of domestic violence as spousal abuse, but the charge is broader than that. Almost anyone who shares a household with you could accuse you of domestic violence if they feel threatened or attacked.

Possible victims of domestic violence include:

  • Roommates
  • Spouses and romantic partners
  • Children, parents, and anyone else with a blood relationship
  • Unmarried co-parent of your child
  • Home care providers

If someone has accused you of domestic violence, the police can lawfully remove you from the home. It is important to comply with their requests and remain silent for now. Your first priority at this stage is calling a lawyer.

Schedule a free consultation with an experienced domestic violence attorney in Central Illinois today by calling (309) 565-8825.

Why Choose JLG?

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  • Over 100 Years of Combined Experience in Criminal Law
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  • Genuine Care for Our Clients' Legal Rights & Futures

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