A Strong Defense Against Domestic Violence Charges

A conviction for domestic violence can reach into every aspect of your life: your freedom, custody of children, employment, even the ability to own a gun. It is critical to get solid legal advice before talking to prosecutors.

Tenacious In Defense Of Our Clients Charged With Domestic Violence

If you have been arrested for domestic violence, contact the criminal defense attorneys at Anaya-McKedy, P.C., at 719-387-9954 for a free consultation. Our Colorado Springs law practice defends clients from all charges associated with domestic violence and violation of restraining orders.

There recently have been changes made to the Colorado domestic violence laws. These changes may have an impact on your case and future. To discuss these domestic violence law changes get in touch with our office immediately to schedule a free consultation with one of our domestic violence charge attorneys.

Learn More About Domestic Violence Charges

To learn more about domestic violence and what we can do for you, please visit the following pages:

  • What To Know About Domestic Violence: A domestic violence charge can be added to any criminal offense. The consequences can be life-altering.
  • The Fast Track Process: Prosecutors will pressure you to plead guilty. That's a fast track to a world of hurt. Don't do it without talking to us first.
  • Consequences of an Arrest and Conviction: From jail time to required treatment and education to a lifetime ban on gun ownership and more, the consequences of conviction are extremely severe.
  • Don't Talk About Your Case: Others can be subpoenaed to testify against you in court.
  • Domestic Violence for Military Members: Conviction on a domestic violence charge can be a career-ender for members of the military. When the stakes are this high, you need representation you can rely on.
  • Orders of Protection: We fight the imposition of restraining orders (orders of protection) and defend clients against alleged violations of restraining orders.
  • Seal Your Criminal Record: This step can alleviate some of the negative, long-term consequences of a domestic violence charge.

Visit our Domestic Violence Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to some common questions about domestic violence charges.

Speak To Us About Your Case

To arrange a free consultation, please contact us by email or by calling 719-387-9954. A Colorado Springs domestic violence charge lawyer can meet with you to discuss your case and options.