Domestic Violence

If you've been arrested for domestic violence, you need to understand your rights and responsibilities
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Experienced attorneys can help ensure the best outcome.

Assaulting or threatening to assault your spouse, former spouse, past or present domestic partner or child’s other parent (regardless of whether you’ve lived together) is referred to as domestic violence, and in Colorado, it’s labeled a “pressing concern.” That means that, if you’re a defendant in a domestic violence case, you should expect that the police and the courts won’t treat you lightly. To help ensure that your rights are protected under the law, you need an experienced domestic violence defense attorney, like the ones at Robinson & Henry. If you’ve been charged with domestic violence, be sure to call us today.