Summerville Domestic Violence Attorney

Domestic Violence Defense Attorney In Summerville

Due to recent reports over the last several years that South Carolina is one of the top states for domestic violence deaths in the country, on June 4, 2015 the Domestic Violence Reform Act went into effect. It dramatically increased a person’s exposure to not only jail time but other consequences such as permanent restraining orders. Zero tolerance and “no drop policies” means charges will not be dismissed which makes zero common sense. If you have been charged with any domestic violence offense you need to have a lawyer on your side to make sure your rights are protected.

Your ability to own or be in possession of any firearms or see your children could be in jeopardy. You need an attorney that has experience in these cases and has actually tried these cases in front of a jury.


Speak with Glenn Justis today to discuss your case and receive your FREE consultation!

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