Domestic Violence Getting Good People Out of a Bad Situation

Bentonville Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer

Experienced Legal Representation for the Accused

Domestic violence is a serious offense in the state of Arkansas that carries harsh penalties upon conviction. Often, the alleged victim has little say in the matter of pursuing charges against the accused. This kind of alleged offense can often be the result of false accusations, exaggeration, and misleading statements made against the accused for the other party to gain an advantage in a divorce or child custody case.

If you or someone you know has been charged with domestic violence in or around Bentonville, you should seek qualified legal representation as soon as possible. It is critical that you have an advocate protecting your legal rights as early as possible in an investigation. At Jonathan D. Nelson, Attorney at Law you can rely on our many years of legal experience, our personalized approach to your case, and our aggressive defense strategies.

Contact our Bentonville domestic violence defense attorney at (479) 777-4204 for a free initial consultation about your case.

Domestic Violence in Arkansas

Domestic violence consists of various types of abusive behavior directed at family or household members or individuals such as:

  • Spouses and ex-spouses
  • Parents
  • Children
  • Blood relatives
  • Individuals who currently or have previously cohabited
  • Individuals who have had a child together
  • Individuals who are dating or who have previously dated

These offenses can be physical, sexual, or psychological. The charges can range from third-degree and second-degree misdemeanors to first-degree and aggravated felonies.

Penalties for a first offense (third-degree) misdemeanor include up to a year of jail time and other court-ordered consequences. It is defined as causing physical injury with intention, recklessness, or through negligence or by giving the victim drugs. Subsequent offenses may result in felony charges with steeper penalties.

Talk to Our Dedicated Criminal Defense Attorney

You can wind up with a permanent criminal record if you are convicted of a domestic violence offense. You might also face fines, restraining orders, incarceration, and a future permanently marred by such a criminal conviction. Having Jonathan D. Nelson, Attorney at Law on your side is indispensable in your fight to seek a favorable outcome.

Call (479) 777-4204 for legal assistance today.

Recent Victories

Pursuing the Best Possible Result

  • Domestic Battery Third Degree Case Dismissed
  • DWI and Reckless Driving Not Guilty
  • Carrying a Prohibited Weapon Not Guilty
  • Contempt of Court Not Guilty After a Trial
  • Felony Aggravated Assault Reduced To A Misdemeanor
  • Speeding with CDL Case Dismissed
  • Endangering the Welfare of a Minor Not Guilty After a Trial
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Not Guilty On All Charges After a Trial
  • Felony Revocation Case Dismissed
  • Charges: Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Not guilty On All Charges After a Trial
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Why Is Jonathan Nelson the Best Choice for You?

  • An Exclusive Focus on Criminal Defense
  • More Than 15 Years of Experience
  • Former State Prosecutor
  • More Than 400 Jury Trials Handled
  • Personalized One-on-One Representation
  • Certified Law Enforcement Instructor