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Domestic violence is a very real and alarming problem in our nation. However, another very real and frightening problem concerns false accusations of domestic violence. Being charged with and/or convicted of domestic violence will put a stain on your criminal record that could cause you to lose your job, lose any licensure that you possess, and can prevent you from obtaining gainful employment in the future. Once a charge of domestic violence is made, a protection order is put into place automatically. These protection orders are public record that anyone has access to, including employers.

Unfortunately, many claims of domestic violence come, spitefully, after heated arguments between spouses or significant others. Many times, shortly after making the claim, the “victim” wishes that they had not made the claim and wants to take it back. However, once a claim of domestic violence is made, it is out of the victim’s hands and the Defendant has to fight vigorously to present the truth.

Ms. Davis has many years of experience defending false claims of domestic violence with a very high success rate. If you or a loved one has found yourself in a situation such as this, you should not hesitate to contact an experienced attorney to handle your case.