Consequences of a Domestic Violence Conviction

Domestic Violence Conviction in Colorado

Domestic Violence cases have consequences that go far beyond the thirty-six weeks of domestic violence classes, community service, and probation that must be completed. These consequences are an enormous emotional burden and financial hardship. In addition, there are many other consequences that the judge and the prosecutor will not discuss. Our experienced attorneys will make sure that you understand all of these consequences before making a decision to take a plea bargain or to fight the case at trial.

An individual who is convicted of a crime involving Domestic Violence is unable to purchase firearm, will be unable to work for particular companies, and may even be denied a house, apartment or rental property because of one bad night. Convictions, and even arrests, for Domestic Violence are entered into the Colorado Bureau of Investigations computer system and come up frequently on routine background checks.

If you or someone you know has been arrested for Domestic Violence, contact the experienced domestic violence defense attorneys at Fuicelli & Lee, PC today. Call 303-355-7202 to discuss your situation. We understand the need to avoid having a conviction on your personal record. It is our priority to do everything we can to see that it is not there permanently.