For a compelling defense to any charge, rely on Patrick S. Aguirre as your domestic violence attorney in Compton CA.
Domestic violence is not always about brutal physical abuse. Criminal charges--and serious penalties--can apply to what many people might consider very minor incidents. The best thing you can do to protect your rights, your reputation, and your freedom is to immediately retain Patrick S. Aguirre as your domestic violence attorney in Compton CA.
Attorney Aguirre Provides Top-Quality Representation In and Out of Court
Drawing on his decades of experience as a domestic violence attorney in Compton CA, Patrick S. Aguirre will create a personalized defense designed to bring about the best possible resolution to your particular case. He can help with charges for:
- Criminal Threats
- Domestic Battery
- Corporal Injury on a Spouse
- Child Abuse
- Child Neglect
- Elder Abuse
- Restraining Order Violations
You can rely on Attorney Aguirre to leave no stone unturned in his efforts to uncover evidence to support your defense. Depending on what he uncovers, he may be able to get the charges against you dropped. If you must go to trial, Patrick S. Aguirre is an excellent attorney to have on your side because he has a 93 percent victory rate in jury trials.
Now You May Wonder…
Do I Really Need a Domestic Violence Attorney in Compton CA If I Plan to Plead Guilty?
Yes, you absolutely should exercise your right to a domestic violence attorney in Compton CA no matter what. Here’s why:
- The evidence against you might not be as strong as you think. You should never just assume you have to plead guilty because police and prosecutors have assured you it is an open and shut case. Let your attorney investigate--he may find evidence that will result in your release.
- Your attorney can get you the best plea deal. Chances are, the deal the prosecutor has offered you in exchange for your guilty plea is not really their best deal. Why accept the first deal offered when your domestic violence attorney in Compton CA can negotiate for a better one?
Call Now to Start Building Your Defense
Because police must investigate domestic violence incidents, criminal penalties can apply regardless of whether the alleged victim wants to press charges. So even if you don’t consider a particular incident serious, understand that you COULD be prosecuted. Be proactive and call the Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre right away so that we can begin protecting your rights. Call 800-572-1252 for a free consultation.