Corporal Injury on a Spouse
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Have you ever gotten into a physical altercation with your spouse or ex? If you leave a mark, you could be subject to criminal prosecution for corporal injury on a spouse.
This serious domestic violence charge may be raised for all kinds of alleged injuries, including cuts, bruises, broken bones, concussions, sprains, and injuries arising from suffocation. If the prosecution can show that you inflicted the injury deliberately and not in self defense, you could even face felony penalties, including state prison.
Now you may be wondering…
What happens if my spouse decides not to press charges? Won’t that end this nightmare?
Unfortunately, the case is not necessarily over just because your spouse decides not to press charges. The prosecution can—and often will—proceed with the case.
Because Michael L. Fell understands the prosecution’s mindset so well, you can rely on him to identify and seize any possible opportunities to resolve your case quickly. Based on the particulars of your case, he may argue for a reduced charge, a suspended sentence, or even a complete dismissal of the charges.
We Handle Related Charges Too
If you’ve been accused of inflicting corporal injury on a spouse, chances are other charges will also arise out of the incident. This may include:
- Battery on a spouse
- Disturbing the peace
- Restraining order violations
- Child endangerment
Fortunately, the expert legal team at the Law Office of Michael L. Fell can help create a comprehensive defense that addresses any and all charges you may face.
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The sooner you call us at (949) 585-9055 the sooner you can have Michael L. Fell and his staff working hard on your case. Don’t wait!