Domestic Assault Allegations Can Tarnish Your Reputation
A conviction for domestic assault may result in reduced access to your children and damage to your reputation. This type of crime could show up on future background checks, limiting your employment opportunities. Spousal abuse is a serious matter, so you need a defense attorney who will provide honest, nonjudgmental advice.
If you are dealing with a domestic violence charge, call me, Kansas City domestic assault defense lawyer Andrew T. Christie, at 816-533-3456 for a free consultation.
Good Communication Is Essential To An Effective Defense
Legal matters that affect personal relationships are challenging. I am criminal defense attorney Andrew T. Christie, and I know that discussing the events that led to a domestic assault charge can be painful. I will listen to your side of the story and explain the legal process, answering any questions you may have along the way.
My experience fighting DUI, sexual assault and drug charges has shown me how challenging criminal matters are for clients. I will provide you with regular updates on the status of your case and describe all of your legal options. If you have questions after hours or on weekends, I am available by phone and text.
You Need An Attorney Who Will Fight For You, Not Against You
When you hire me, I am on your side. You will have many choices to make as your case moves through the system. I will explain the possible consequences of each option and offer advice based on my experience, but you are in control of each decision.
Domestic assault cases rarely go to trial, but I am prepared to fight for you in court if necessary. I have extensive litigation experience and have obtained good results for many clients in the courtroom.
Contact An Experienced Defense Lawyer
To discuss your case with a domestic violence defense attorney, call The Law Office of Andrew T. Christie, LLC, in Kansas City, Missouri, at 816-533-3456 or contact the firm online to schedule a free initial consultation. Payment plans are available.