Have you been charged with Domestic Violence Threats?
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A charge of Domestic Violence Threats in the State of Ohio is usually a misdemeanor of the fourth degree. A conviction of Domestic Violence Threats can carry a penalty of 30 days in jail and a fine of up to $250. Domestic Violence Threats are taken seriously, and should not be taken lightly if you are accused.
If you are charged or accused of Domestic Violence Threats, you will need an attorney who has experience in criminal defense. Get in touch right away to find what you can do to put yourself in a better position to obtain a favorable outcome. The consultation is free.
What is a Domestic Violence Threat?
The Ohio Revised Code defines Domestic Violence Threats in R.C. 2919.25:
“No person, by threat of force, shall knowingly cause a family or household member to believe that the offender will cause imminent physical harm to the family or household member.”
Under this section, the prosecution must be able to prove that the accused caused a family or household member to believe that physical harm is imminent. Family or household member can extend to someone that you are living with, but are not related by blood. It must also be a threat of force, and the danger must be imminent.
What can you do?
Call now at 419-830-7441. If you, or someone you care about, has been charged with an offense of Domestic Violence Threats in Toledo or the surrounding areas including Oregon, Maumee, Sylvania, Bowling Green, or Perrysburg, contact an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer, Brian C. Morrissey, Attorney at Law.
He will fight to get your criminal case a favorable outcome while protecting your rights. Steps should be taken as soon as possible to address these charges. Contact Brian C. Morrissey, Attorney at Law, right away at 419-830-7441 to set up a free consultation.