Defending Individuals Accused Of Domestic Battery

When the police are called to investigate a domestic disturbance, someone is almost always arrested. Domestic battery charges can be complicated and difficult for those accused, as well as for their families. These cases often result in orders of protection, emotional court cases, and a great deal of pain for all parties involved.

Sometimes domestic battery charges can be filed falsely, out of anger, or as a way to gain an advantage in a divorce or child custody dispute. Many individuals charged with domestic battery are first-time offenders with no prior criminal history.

At Reilly Law P.C., we understand the delicate nature of domestic violence cases, and we provide a strong defense to those accused of domestic crimes. Backed by more than 30 years of combined experience, we will thoroughly investigate the allegations against you, conduct witness interviews and zealously protect your rights.

To speak with a skilled Edwardsville domestic violence attorney, please call 618-692-0600 or contact us by email.

We serve clients in Metro East and throughout southern Illinois.

Representing Professionals, First-Time Offenders And All Others

In Illinois, the penalties for domestic battery can be very serious. If convicted, you could face jail time, be required to attend anger management classes, or lose child custody and visitation rights. You could also be court ordered to stay away from your home.

Do not face the legal system alone. Our lawyers have decades of experience helping men and women from all walks of life who have been charged with domestic crimes. Many of our clients are doctors, lawyers and other professionals who have never had a run-in with law enforcement before now. We are sensitive to the damage a domestic charge can cause to our clients’ reputations and careers. We will handle your case with the utmost discretion and work tirelessly to find the best possible resolution to the charges against you.

Contact Our Domestic Battery Attorneys

If you have been charged with domestic battery, we can help. Please call 618-692-0600 or contact us by email to schedule a confidential, free consultation.