Domestic Violence Preparing Every Case for Trial

Domestic Violence Lawyers in Marietta, GA

Assertive Domestic Abuse Defense in Peachtree City

At John B. Miller & Associates, P.C., we understand the seriousness of a domestic violence charge. That is why our team works methodically to gather all the necessary evidence and work with our clients to get the best possible results. With over 55 years of combined experience and thousands of cases handled, our team provides quality representation when it’s needed the most.

Call (770) 766-4442 or use our secure online form to schedule a consultation. We serve clients from our offices in Marietta and Peachtree City.

What Is Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence is an act of “family violence” that includes physical, sexual, and emotional abuse among family members. In Georgia, marriage is not a requirement in order to be a victim of domestic violence. Additionally, any reasonable discipline administered by a parent to a child in the form of corporal punishment, restraint, or detention does not constitute domestic violence.

Penalties for Domestic Violence Convictions

The penalties for domestic violence vary depending on the exact nature of the crime. Additionally, this charge can be classified as either a misdemeanor or felony depending on the nature of the crime. Prior offenses or a history of domestic violence are considered when determining the severity of the punishment.

Possible penalties include:

  • Probation
  • Jail time
  • Community service
  • Fines
  • Anger-management classes

Additionally, a sentence can include a Family Violence Protective Order, or restraining order.

A Family Violence Protection Order:

  • Orders an abuser to leave the victim alone
  • Gives the victim possession of the house and forces an abuser to leave the premises
  • Orders assistance to help a victim get his or her personal property
  • Awards costs and attorney’s fees to either party
  • Makes an abuser provide alternate housing for a spouse, former spouse, or parent and children
  • Gives the victim temporary custody of shared children and creates temporary visitation rights
  • Awards temporary child support and/or spousal support from an abuser
  • Sends an abuser to mandatory counseling
  • Leads to an abuser’s arrest if he or she breaks the protective order

Contact us online or at (770) 766-4442 to discuss your situation with our Marietta domestic violence defense lawyers.

Recent Case Results

  • Aggravated Battery Not Guilty
  • Armed Robbery Case Dismissed
  • Child Molestation Case Dismissed
  • Domestic Violence Case Dismissed
  • Driving Without a License Case Dismissed
  • DUI Case Dismissed
  • DUI Penalty Reduced
  • DUI Case Dismissed
  • Embezzlement Case Dismissed
  • Felony Battery Penalty Reduced
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Reasons to Choose Us

  • Personal Representation Tailored Around the Client's Needs
  • Over 50 Years of Collective Experience
  • Three Generations of Attorneys
  • Thorough and Methodical Preparation
  • Result Oriented Advocacy
  • Thousands of Cases Successfully Handled

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