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FIGHT YOUR DOMESTIC ABUSE ACCUSATIONS NOW
The crime of domestic battery is considered an enhancement crime in the State of Nevada. After suffering a conviction, the individual is exposed to enhanced penalties upon a subsequent conviction. A third conviction within a 7 year period requires a mandatory prison sentence in the Nevada Department of Corrections.
A conviction for domestic battery first offense in Nevada cannot be removed from one's criminal record for a minimum of 7 years. A single conviction denies an individual their Second Amendment right to bear arms. A conviction is also a substantial factor in child custody proceedings.
A first offense domestic battery conviction in Nevada requires a minimum of 2 days in jail and up to 6 months of confinement, a fine up to $1000.00, a minimum of 48 hours community services, and six months of domestic battery counseling.
A second offense domestic battery conviction within seven years of the first conviction typically requires a minimum of 10 days in jail and up to 6 months of confinement requires a fine up to $1000.00, a minimum of 100 hours community services, and twelve months of domestic battery counseling.
A third offense Domestic Battery conviction, within seven years of the first conviction in Nevada is a category C felony and requires imprisonment in the Nevada Department of Corrections for a period of 1 to 5 years.
With more than 15 years in the criminal justice system, attorney Paul R. Wolfe is ready to fight to protect your rights through fierce legal representation and a winning legal strategy. The right attorney makes all the difference in the outcome of your case so call our office today.
Wolfe Law Office serves clients in the Reno area, including Sparks, Carson City, Fallon and throughout the counties of Washoe, Carson City, Lyon, Douglas, Storey, Mineral, Humboldt, Pershing, and Churchill.
You have the right to an attorney, so invoke your right.
You have the right to remain silent, so remain silent.
Do not consent to a search of your person, vehicle, home, or property.
Make the police justify their search by getting a warrant.
Ask if you are being detained. If you are not, then leave.
You may be suspected of committing a crime even when you are innocent.
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FORMER POLICE OFFICER & INVESTIGATOR DEFENDING YOUR RIGHTS
Being accused of a state or federal criminal offense is a serious matter. It can be confusing, frightening and stressful for you and your family. In the face of criminal charges, it is always in your best interests to retain the services of a highly-qualified Nevada criminal defense attorney who has the knowledge and experience needed to provide a fierce defense on your behalf. You cannot afford to hire a criminal defense lawyer who does not have trial experience or an in-depth familiarity with the local court system. That is why we strongly recommend that you call Wolfe Law in Reno, NV.
Reasons to choose
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Extensive history of successful case results
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Former police officer and investigator
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Listed as Top Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association
Chosen as Top 10 DUI Attorney by American Institute
Ethically certified by Attorney Guide
Thompson Reuters Lead Counsel Rating
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If you are facing a criminal investigation or formal charges for a criminal offense, do not hesitate to contact Wolfe Law Office as soon as possible. Not only can we provide you with reliable counsel for your situation, but Paul R. Wolfe will remain by your side during any law enforcement questioning or investigation, handling your case with competence and commitment from start to finish.