Domestic Battery / Domestic Violence Attorney Kane County
Former Kane County Prosecutor
What is a Domestic Battery charge?
A domestic battery is defined as any touching of a family or household member where physical contact causes bodily harm. A family member or household member includes anyone involved in a relationship such as a boyfriend or a girlfriend.
The penalties for a domestic battery in Illinois can include jail time, a mandatory lifetime criminal conviction, completion of domestic violence counseling, and the permanent loss of gun privileges.
Domestic battery arrests normally occur when the police are called to a domestic dispute. Domestic battery is usually a misdemeanor, but it is a very serious misdemeanor. The immediate impact of a domestic battery arrest is a “no contact” bond that prevents any contact with the person and residence involved. The “no contact” bond lasts until a judge modifies or removes it. Gun privileges can be forever lost, if aperson is convicted of domestic battery. A conviction for any domestic violence offense will result in the Illinois State Police revoking a persons FOID privileges as well as any concealed carry permit.
A knowledgeable and experienced domestic battery defense attorney with experience in criminal defense law can best advise you on how to obtain the best results possible in your case based on the circumstances.
We have successfully helped people and families with these circumstances:
- Aggravated domestic battery
- Domestic battery
- Domestic violence
- Violation of a restraining order or order of protection
Experienced & Knowledgeable Domestic Battery / Domestic Violence Defense
At the Doyen Law Group, LLC, our defense attorneys are sensitive to the ways that things can sometimes go wrong within a family. If your family has had a heated dispute or argument that has resulted in an arrest for a domestic battery or domestic violence charge, contact us today for a free initial consultation with one of our experienced criminal defense lawyers.