Facing criminal charges is a scary experience full of unknowns. When the charges involve domestic violence, your reputation, career and future are on the line. When you find yourself in over your head, J. Kippa Law, LLC, can help. You will work directly with criminal defense attorney Jeffrey Kippa and his team of experts to address your concerns and answer your questions. Read on for common questions about domestic violence you may be asking yourself.
Domestic violence is defined as violence between people who live together, are dating or share children together. It can look a lot like a fight, but often involves disorderly conduct, battery or damage to property. Domestic violence accusations can even begin when a night of drinking gets out of hand.
Many Wisconsin police departments have mandatory arrest policies when someone is accused of domestic violence. You should use your right to stay silent and contact a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible after your arrest. You will have a court appearance where bail is set and a no-contact order is issued.
The costs involved can include cash bail, fines, attorney’s fees and missing wages while attending court appearances or trial. Lawyer Jeffrey Kippa and team can help with these court dates and make sure the overall process goes more smoothly, which can help save you time and money.
Do not incriminate yourself by speaking with police. Contact a defense attorney right away to help defend your freedom. It can be challenging to prove domestic violence cases at trial, so the prosecutor may try for a guilty plea from you right away. With over 30 years of combines experience, Jeffrey Kippa’s defense team have a firm knowledge of the criminal justice system and working with prosecutors. They can help guide you on the best strategy for your case during a free consultation.
Call today or use the simple online form to set up your free consultation with J. Kippa Law, LLC. You can come to the local office in Appleton, Wisconsin, or consult via phone. Jeffrey Kippa serves clients in Green Bay and Oshkosh and throughout Wisconsin in all criminal law matters.