Reno Domestic Violence Lawyer
Solid Defense Strategies for Serious Charges
Many people aren't aware of it, but Nevada's prosecution of domestic
violence is incredibly intense and officers have very little discretion
in how they approach the situation. In Nevada, when the police arrive
at the scene of domestic dispute, an arrest is almost always made.
- In addition, any of the following can be tried for domestic battery in Nevada:
- Family members
- Former dating relationships
- Former roommates
If you’ve been accused, do not hesitate to
contact the Law Offices of Kenneth A. Stover to discuss your situation.
Consequences of a Domestic Battery Arrest in Nevada
Unless there are mitigating circumstances, an officer will always make
an arrest, and much of the time they aren't looking for mitigating
circumstances. This includes situations where the victim doesn't want
the aggressor arrested.
Like with other criminal charges, if a prosecutor thinks he can prove the
case, they have to move forward. There's a mandatory minimum of six
months of anger management for a conviction in addition to losing the
right to possess firearms. It's worth pointing out that if there's
any offense that involves grabbing an individual by the neck, the charge
jumps up to a felony for domestic strangulation.
Because of the aggressiveness of prosecution in these cases, it's imperative
to look to an experienced advocate.
A Dedicated Legal Advocate on Your Side
Reno criminal defense attorney Ken Stover approaches these types of cases, he takes a holistic approach
to defense. As a former Reno and Sparks special prosecutor, he is always
looking to take his experience from more than 16 years of criminal defense
work to resolve a case before a trial.
As a lawyer, Attorney Stover can work with court-appointed victims'
advocates to help build the defense with written statements and do everything
possible to protect the rights and interests of the family, not just the
To discuss any battery issue during a
free initial consultation with Reno domestic violence attorney Kenneth A. Stover, call (775) 502-1575.