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Aurora Domestic Violence Lawyer

Award-Winning Defense against Accusations of Aggression

A domestic violence charge is defined as a crime committed by one person in an intimate relationship against the other. These domestic violence charges can be assault, menacing, harassment, and damaging property (criminal mischief). If you have been accused of domestic violence, you need to obtain the help of an attorney who has worked many domestic violence cases and understands their complexity. With over a decade spent helping clients obtain the best possible outcome for their situation, Solomon Criminal Defense offers award-winning representation to those who find their future in jeopardy.

Call (720) 613-9992 now or contact Solomon Criminal Defense online to speak with an Aurora domestic violence defense lawyer.

Complexity of Domestic Violence Cases

Oftentimes, the alleged victim will be interviewed by a victim rights advocate. Before this happens, you need to hire an attorney to discuss your rights and how to ensure they are not infringed upon. When police are called to investigate a situation, they will usually arrest the person they think is the aggressor and take him/her to jail, leaving alleged victim home alone to disturb evidence that police may not have documented.

Arresting officers and jails will often fail to document injuries on the defendant. Having an attorney on your side can help you tell your side of the story and avoid losing everything to a false accusation. A conviction of domestic abuse carries devastating consequences that can follow you around for the rest of your life.

Mandatory Protection Orders

Once brought before a judge in a domestic violence case, a defendant will be served with a protection order prohibiting the defendant from further acts that would constitute harassment or intimidation of a witness in the case. This will most often specifically target the alleged victim.

When a protective order prohibits contact, no contact is allowed, whatsoever. This means no contact in person, by phone, in text messages, or third-party contact by passing messages to the alleged victim. Your lawyer has a right to contact any witness in the case. As such, your lawyer can communicate with the alleged victim even if a no contact order is in place. This is a very powerful tool in planning your defense.

Another facet of a no contact protection order requires the defendant to leave the home. Having to temporarily move out of your home is part of a domestic violence case, and is probably the most traumatic because any judicial orders to allow contact or to allow the defendant to move back home will often take 2 to 6 weeks. Some courts even require the defendant to take a class before they will approve modifications to a no contact order.

Counseling

Attorney Mark Solomon often recommends receiving counseling as soon as possible to allow a court a reason to bring the family back together. You can find out more about available counseling options during your free initial consultation.

Gun Rights

A new law in Colorado in 2013 requires that any defendant subject to a protection order in a domestic violence case relinquish possession of all firearms. Some companies will take possession of these firearms for a fee. The Denver Police Department has offered their services to hold guns for a monthly fee per firearm.

Once a defendant is convicted of a domestic violence crime—even a misdemeanor—he/she will be a “prohibited person” from possessing a firearm or ammunition under federal law.

Get a lawyer on your side who will fight for your rights. Let Mark Solomon work with you, investigators, and witnesses to get to the bottom of what happened. Call (720) 613-9992 now.

Case Results

How Solomon Criminal Defense Gets Results

When your rights are on the line, getting help from an award-winning Aurora criminal defense lawyer can make all the difference. With a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and two consecutive years named among Rising Stars®, Solomon Criminal Defense offers the quality representation your case needs to obtain the best possible outcome for your situation. Find out more by reading below. Call today and schedule your free consultation.
  • Dismissed Assault
  • Not Guilty Verdict at Trial Assault
  • Not Guilty at Trial Assault
  • Dismissed Assault (Domesic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Not Guilty Verdict at Trial Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)
  • Dismissed Assault (Domestic Violence)