Anyone can be charge with a domestic violence crime if he or she is involved in an argument that becomes physical or violent. Domestic violence crimes involve persons in the same family or household, and are harshly prosecuted by the State of Florida. Domestic violence charges can be a simple battery, assault, felony battery, aggravated battery, and so on. These incidents can break up families and impose various court sanctions such as no contact orders or domestic violence injunctions.
The outcome of the case can be aggravated by factors such as past criminal history and the extent of the injuries to the victim. If you have been arrested for a domestic violence crime, you need to contact Mr. Stewart as soon as possible to ensure that your constitutional rights are defended when it comes to pre-trial release (bond), contact with the victim, and sentence.