There Is No Time To Waste In Domestic Violence Cases
Criminal domestic violence is a very serious charge in Mississippi. Even before your case comes to trial, you could lose child custody and visitation rights and be evicted from your home. If you are convicted, you may go to jail and you will have a criminal record. You will also lose your right to possess or own a firearm and your name will be placed on the Mississippi Protection Order Registry.
Even if the complainant does not want to press charges, the prosecutor may still move forward. Get legal help today.
Defending Your Rights And Freedom
At Hayes Law Firm, PLLC, Robbie Hayes aggressively defends people who have been charged with criminal domestic violence. He also represents respondents in civil protective order hearings. When you choose his law firm, he will present your side of the story, presenting evidence in your favor and cross-examining witnesses. He will work tenaciously to obtain a positive outcome for you.
Many domestic violence allegations arise in the heat of a divorce or child custody dispute, when one party seeks to gain an advantage by making false or exaggerated claims of abuse. Failing to respond to this challenge is a serious mistake. DeSoto County domestic violence lawyer Robbie Hayes will work tirelessly to defend your rights and freedom.
Civil Protective Order Hearings
If you have been served with a temporary protective order, the stakes are high. You need effective representation at the final protective order hearing. Robbie can represent you in the civil hearing, seeking to prevent the imposition of a final protective order.