Attorney Handling Domestic Violence in FL
Have you been Accused of Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence is a sad fact of life in our society today. Defined as
an act of aggression against someone in the home, it can include violence
against a wife, husband, child or anyone else residing in the home. Many
times domestic violence is not reported to law enforcement until it rises
to a level of violence where it becomes dangerous. Law enforcement in
Florida look upon this type of a crime quite seriously, as they are known
to be some of the most dangerous situations any police officer can walk
into when responding to a domestic violence call. They are therefore diligently
prosecuted and investigated. If you or a loved one has been charged or
arrested for domestic violence you must not waste any time in contacting
a skilled criminal defense attorney in South Florida to preserve your rights.
Our firm has the experience you need for any criminal charges filed against
you and can help you determine the best options for your legal situation.
You can feel confident that Bogle Law will work aggressively on your behalf.
Effective Domestic Violence Lawyer
If you have been falsely accused of domestic violence, you will require
a strong defense in order to keep from being convicted. The penalties
for domestic violence are severe, and can include extensive jail time,
fines and mandatory anger management rehabilitation. Domestic violence
charges include many types of violent acts, including:
- Spousal Rape
- Sexual Abuse
- Emotional Abuse
- Child Abuse
- Child Neglect or Endangerment
If you are facing domestic violence charges, we our competent and aggressive
attorneys who can assist you with whatever options are needed to handle
the case. Attorney Bogle has years of experience both as a former State
Prosecutor and criminal defense lawyer and will be able to take whatever
steps are needed to ensure you receive an effective defense.
If you have been accused of domestic violence,
contact Bogle Law for aggressive and effective legal counsel.