DOMESTIC ASSAULT ATTORNEY

Over 10 Years of Experience

Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Cannon, Bedford, Wilson, Dickson, Maury, Sumner and Robertson County

An allegation of domestic assault can turn your entire world upside down. It not only puts you at risk of serious punishment but can also ruin your reputation. Often times it may seem that the court system is set up to benefit the accuser at your expense and without regard for your presumed innocence.

The consequences of just an accusation of domestic violence can be far-reaching and severe. If you live with your accuser you will be forced to move out of your home while the case proceeds through the courts and may be ordered to have no contact with those in your household including your children. It may also negatively impact a divorce proceeding, child custody dispute or create problems with employment. If convicted, it will be on your record permanently and prevent you from ever owning or possessing a firearm.

You need an experienced domestic assault attorney in your corner to help navigate a confusing court system, defend your freedom and protect your reputation.

DOMESTIC ASSAULT DEFINED

A person commits assault if they:

  • Intentionally, knowingly or recklessly cause bodily injury to another person;
  • Intentionally, knowingly or recklessly cause another person to reasonably fear imminent bodily injury;
  • Intentionally or knowingly cause physical contact with another person and a reasonable person would regard that contact as offensive or provocative.

Domestic Assault is an assault committed against a domestic abuse victim.

A domestic abuse victim can be any of the following:

  • Current or former spouse;
  • A person residing in your home;
  • A person you are dating, or have dated, in the past;
  • A relative through blood, marriage or adoption.

The penalties for a first conviction of domestic assault have no mandatory minimum punishment except that you will permanently lose your right to own or possess a firearm. However, if you are charged and convicted of a second domestic assault where the alleged victim suffered bodily injury you will be required to serve a mandatory minimum 30 days in jail and a fine between $350 and $3,500. A third or subsequent conviction where bodily injury is alleged requires a minimum of 90 days in jail and a fine between $1,000 and $5,000.

You need an experienced domestic assault attorney in your corner to help navigate a confusing court system, defend your freedom and protect your reputation. If you are charged with Domestic Assault let our office go to work to help put your life back on track.

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At John P. Webb, Attorney at Law, we are here to help you with your journey through the criminal justice system.  While it can be scary and confusing to face criminal charges, we walk with you through every step of the process to ensure that you fully understand your options and help you make the best decisions possible.

We are experienced in handling a wide range of criminal matters from minor misdemeanor offenses to the most serious of felony charges in courts throughout Middle Tennessee.  John strives to ensure that each client is treated with respect and personal attention.

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