Accused of Domestic Violence? We Will Fight for Your Rights.
Being accused of a violent crime has immediate implications, and can carry serious long-term consequences. It is a situation we don’t take lightly and, with over 35 years of criminal defense experience, we are ready to stand up for your rights to help you get the best possible results.
When you are facing charges, it is important to act quickly and seek legal advice from a criminal defense attorney with experience handling these types of cases. Jim Bannister and Alex Stalvey, managing partners at Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, are not only qualified, but here to guide you through the process.
What You Need to Know:
Criminal Domestic Violence cases can range from verbal altercations between spouses to actual physical violence between family members. South Carolina defines Criminal Domestic Violence as inflicting harm, attempting to inflict harm, or threatening to inflict harm on a household member.
No matter the severity of the situation, a Criminal Domestic Violence conviction can impact you in countless ways. If convicted, you may experience loss of employment or difficulty finding future employment. You may be prohibited from possessing a firearm, and a charge or conviction can also have adverse consequences in a divorce or child custody case.
Don’t Wait to Seek Legal Advice
We offer over 35 years of experience in criminal defense litigation and know how difficult these cases can be. We work hard to provide our clients the focused attention cases like this deserve. Don’t wait to see legal advice. Set up a free consultation with our firm. Call our office at (864) 298-0084 or request a free consultation using the form below.
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Greenville, SC 29601