Should I Call 911?

BY : Chastaine | Jones
Written by: Chastaine | Jones

Relationships are complicated. Romantic relationships can be particularly volatile. Partners can say and do regrettable things in the heat of arguments. Unfortunately, there are circumstances that necessitate involving law enforcement.

There can, however, be moments of regret that follow involving law enforcement. Seeing your loved one being arrested following a fight and charged with a serious crime can be traumatic.

During a fight, significant others may call law enforcement for the purpose of diffusing an argument or out of anger. They may not intend for their partner to end up in the criminal justice system. It is not uncommon for these accusers to be the ones to arrange for their partner’s legal representation.

If you, or your loved one, is charged with a crime of domestic violence, you could be facing a felony and prison time. Further, you could lose your right to possess firearms, be ordered to complete a lengthy treatment class, and potentially even lose custody of your kids.

If you or your partner is charged with a crime of domestic violence, we urge you to contact the experienced attorneys at Chastaine Jones. Not only will we provide a rigorous defense, we can help direct you toward services that may help not only your case, but your relationship too. Don’t let something said or done in the heat of the moment destroy your relationship or your life.

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