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Criminal Domestic Violence (CDV/DV)

Criminal Domestic Violence (CDV/DV)

Criminal Domestic Violence (CDV/DV)
Many domestic violence convictions are the result of an argument or altercation between a married or unmarried couple in a short or long-term relationship. In many of these trials, both victim and accuser want the charge to go away if possible.

South Carolina Criminal Domestic Violence Defense Attorney
Our criminal defense attorney Zack Farr is highly experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to handling domestic violence cases. During Zack’s tenure at the Solicitor’s Office he worked with some of the best Criminal Domestic Violence prosecutors: Spartanburg County Criminal Domestic Violence’s Team. Zack applied the knowledge he learned from the team and prosecuted many CDV/DV cases to final verdict.

Having him on our side ensures you the best Criminal Domestic Violence defense in the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson, South Carolina areas. Zack will launch an investigation into the incident on your behalf and build a solid defense. Competing versions of events, misunderstandings and more can play key roles in a determination of guilt in court. As your criminal defense attorney for Domestic Violence charges, Zack provides detailed, aggressive representation and will help you understand your rights as the accused.

Free Criminal Domestic Violence Consultation
If you have been charged with Criminal Domestic Violence (CDV/DV), Victoria Law Firm specializes in criminal defense in South Carolina and can help you defend the charge. Your future depends on your quick action, so don’t wait. Call us today for a free CDV/DV case evaluation.

What You Should Know About CDV/DV
Criminal Domestic Violence (CDV/DV) is defined by the state of South Carolina as involving someone causing harm or injury to a household member, or threatening or attempting to cause harm or injury to a household member while being able to carry out the threat or attempted harm. If found guilty of this crime, punishment can range anywhere from 90 days in jail to 20 years in prison, depending on your previous criminal record, the severity of injury, and whether weapons were involved.