There are three primary grounds upon which a successful defense against domestic violence charges may be built. If you choose to enlist an experienced and knowledgeable defense attorney at De Castroverde Law Group, we can review your case to determine legal, evidentiary and procedural defenses that may apply, as well as these three factors that may indicate false allegations:
  • Self-defense – If you used reasonable force against another person because you had a valid reason to believe this was necessary to protect yourself from injury, you were acting in self-defense. This may be a valid defense against your charges.
  • False accusations – Your spouse, ex-spouse, or family member may have falsely accused you of domestic violence for reasons of anger, jealousy or revenge, or even in a child custody dispute or divorce in an attempt to gain an advantage over you. Bringing this to light may help ensure these frivolous charges are dropped.
  • Accidental injury – There are cases where a defendant accidentally injured another person, only to have this result in domestic violence charges. If injury was unintentional, this may be grounds to have your case dismissed.

Challenging Domestic Violence Allegations in Nevada

Successfully resolving a domestic violence case may be a complicated and difficult process, but it is certainly possible with the right approach and an aggressive, innovative criminal defense strategy. At De Castroverde Law Group, we are a family of experienced defense attorneys who treat our clients like they are members of our family.

Not only are we skilled trial lawyers who will aggressively defend your rights inside and outside of the courtroom, but we will provide you with the one-on-one, personalized attention you need during your case. This enables us to identify your unique goals and concerns so we can address these to the fullest extent. To find out more about how we can help you fight your case, contact a Las Vegas domestic violence lawyer at our firm today. Our team would be proud to tirelessly advocate for your rights and best interests – call us at 702-383-0606.