Domestic Violence And Restraining Orders Have Serious Consequences

Domestic violence is a serious offense that can carry significant fines and penalties upon conviction. Whether you are recently under investigation for domestic violence or you have been charged with a domestic violence crime, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can protect your rights. Philip Angelini has more than 30 years of experience in the investigation and defense of domestic violent crimes.

Domestic violence is a Class A misdemeanor that can result in up to a year in jail or a $2,500 fine upon conviction. Protect your rights with advocacy you can trust. Call 630-413-4174 to speak directly with attorney Philip Angelini or contact our office by email.

Extensive Investigations To Protect Defendants

In many domestic violence cases, facts can become confused and emotions can trump fairness in court. Without experienced representation, you risk losing the ability to tell your side of the story due to the complexities of domestic violence cases. Attorney Angelini will wage an immediate and strategic investigation to collect and preserve all necessary evidence for your defense. He is able to build your defense through witness statements, police reports, physical evidence, hospital records, and investigating the history surrounding the facts of the case.

Philip Angelini handles cases involving:

  • Domestic violence
  • Weapons offenses
  • Spousal abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Assault and battery
  • Orders of protection
  • Restraining orders
  • Child abuse

Advocacy To Set The Record Straight And Protect Your Rights

For many people facing domestic violence charges, their problems began as soon as the police were called. Most often, the person arrested for domestic violence did not contact the police first, so when the police come, they are not responding to calm down the situation, but to take someone away in handcuffs. If you did not call the police, this will most likely be you. Unfortunately, domestic violence allegations often arise in divorce cases or in custody disputes to establish a record, even if the allegations are exaggerated or untrue. As your advocate, Mr. Angelini will sort through the issues to set the record straight.

Contact domestic violence defense attorney Philip M. Angelini today by email or by calling 630-413-4174 to schedule an appointment with an experienced DuPage County and Oak Brook, Illinois, criminal defense lawyer.