Three Decades Of Experience With Domestic Violence Charges
Unlike some other criminal convictions, a conviction for domestic violence will dramatically affect your right to purchase or possess a firearm. This is in addition to jail time, heavy fines and other penalties.
Attorney Steven M. Frey of The Frey Law Firm in Jonesboro has more than 30 years of experience representing Georgians charged with domestic abuse, assault and other crimes. Let him put his in-depth knowledge to work for you today.
The Smallest Details Can Make Or Break Your Case
Many times, all the police have to go on is what the alleged victim told them. However, just because the other person said something happened a certain way doesn’t mean it really did. The truth is typically hidden in the details, and the best lies are 99% true. If the alleged victim tells a mostly true story to law enforcement, simply leaving out or changing tiny details, it can ultimately affect the outcome of the case in a powerful way.
For this reason, it’s critical that you have an advocate on your side who can thoroughly investigate the details and clearly present YOUR side of the story. Steven Frey is just such a lawyer. He will dig deep to unearth any evidence in your favor and work to present a compelling case on your behalf.
Even If You Have A Problem, You Shouldn’t Necessarily Plead Guilty
Even if you have an anger management problem or another issue in your life, it doesn’t necessarily have to result in a plea bargain or a criminal conviction. For instance, if you are an Iraq war veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, it might be possible to develop a resolution that involves psychological counseling or medications instead of jail time.