Domestic Violence offenses are offenses defined by A.R.S. § 13-3601. These relationships include: spouses, individuals with children in common, children, grandparents, or the parties live together. If you are a victim or accused of an offense that involves any relationships defined by Arizona law, then significant punishment and penalties may result. You need an attorney experienced in handling domestic violence offenses to walk you through the process.
Under A.R.S. §13-3601(C), a police officer may seize any firearms on the premises, and it cannot be released for at least 72 hours. In some instances, the firearm will not be returned. Call to understand your rights.
Many crimes can be considered domestic violence offenses, if they are against a spouse, family members, roommates, dating relationship, or have a child in common. A mere allegation of a domestic violence offense can get you fired, cancellation of a security clearance, or have your 2nd Amendment rights taken away. I have handled numerous domestic violence offenses. Call me so we can develop a strategy to handle your case.