Adams County Domestic Violence Attorney

Adams County Domestic Violence Attorney

Domestic related charges can be devastating to you and your family.  Therefore, you need to immediately contact an Adams County domestic violence attorney.  Because domestic violence crimes can be charged as felonies or misdemeanors it is important to hire the NELLESSEN LAW OFFICE.  Additionally, these cases will result in an immediate trip to jail.  If you get arrested, you lose your freedom.  Furthermore,  you will not be able to post a bond to get out of jail until after you are brought before a judge.  This “Fast Track” system that is used for all domestic violence related matters in Colorado.  In conclusion, it is extremely important to hire an Adams County Domestic Violence Attorney s soon as possible.

What Does It Mean

You can understand more about domestic violence charges by understanding the term “Domestic Violence.”  Domestic Violence is an act or threatened act of violence upon someone with whom the accused has an intimate relationship.  Domestic violence is not a crime, it is a label that attaches to another crime.  Furthermore, the term “Domestic Violence” is a sentencing enhancer.

Obviously, most domestic violence matters are between a husband and a wife.  Usually, these are “he said/she said” scenarios.  Once law enforcement is called, the “victim” cannot drop the charges against the accused.  The district attorney’s office will pressure the victim to testify against the accused.  This can be extremely destructive to a family trying to stay together.   You can protect yourself by hiring an Adams County Domestic Violence attorney.

We Can Help You

Often, the victim in a domestic violence case is “re-abused” by the district attorney’s office.  This happens when the accused does not want to testify against their spouse or loved one.  Furthermore, the prosecutor will treat the victim as a “hostile witness” during the trial process.  This is done without regard to the additional damage that is caused to the victim or the family unit of the victim.  Prosecutors want conviction, and nothing more.  This method of thinking results in a very detrimental situation for all those involved in the case.

We can help you through this domestic violence minefield.  Call us today if you or a loved one has been accused of a felony or Misdemeanor domestic violence related matter. With offices in Denver and Douglas County, we are always nearby

Contact Us

Use the form to the right to contact us online. Call us TODAY!  (303) 284-5781.

The Nellessen Law Office
1501 Wazee Street, #1-C
Denver, CO 80202

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