Ohio Policy in Domestic Violence Cases
If you are facing domestic violence charges, it is important to know how the criminal justice system handles these cases. It is important that you know what to expect during the process. Ohio law is very tough when it comes to domestic violence. Our state takes a near zero tolerance approach to these cases. When police respond to a domestic violence call, there is a high probability that someone is going to jail.
Prosecutors do not dismiss domestic violence cases. They aggressively pursue charges against the accused in every instance. Even if the alleged victim does not want to prosecute and recants the allegation, the prosecution will still move forward with the case. In situations like these, it is critical that you have an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side who will fight to fully protect your rights.
Strong Representation on Your Side
At the law firm of Michael K. Allen & Associates, we represent clients throughout the greater Cincinnati area in all types of domestic violence cases. Our attorneys have over 70 years of combined experience of in the practice of criminal law. Every attorney in our office is a former Hamilton County Prosecutor. Mr. Allen served as the elected Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney. Our knowledge of these cases from both sides allows us to create a powerful defense on your behalf.
When you hire our firm, we will thoroughly examine all of the evidence the prosecution intends to use against you. We will find any of the weaknesses in their case and use them to your advantage at trial. We understand what is at stake in a domestic violence case and you can count on us to follow every possible avenue in search of a positive result on your behalf.
Speak to a Lawyer 24/7
Contact our office today to discuss your domestic violence case. You can speak to an attorney at any time, day or night for sound advice about your legal issue.
For assistance in Hamilton County, call the Cincinnati Office at 513-334-0209 or contact us toll free at 800-590-6537. You may also contact us by e-mail.
For assistance in Warren County, Butler County, Clermont County, or elsewhere in Ohio, call the Mason office at 513-445-9600. You may also contact the office by email.