Domestic violence attorney Steve Karimi talks about Hope Solo’s recent arrest and how a domestic violence can affect your life.
If you have been arrested for domestic violence in Seattle, a conviction can lead to many things including the loss of your job.
Seattle domestic violence attorney Steve Karimi talks about how a victim does not have to agree to press charges in order for a suspect to be accused of a domestic violence offense in Washington.
Seattle defense attorney Karimi talks about a recent domestic violence case and some examples of how false domestic violence charges occur.
Domestic violence attorney Steve Karimi discusses a case in Seattle where a man accused of domestic violence gets his charges drops but still gets sentenced to 4 years of jail time after contacting the victim.
Domestic violence attorney Karimi talks about how people with juvenile convictions can be haunted by their past because Washington does not seal juvenile offenders’ records.
A woman in New York was sentenced last week to eight and half years in jail after stabbing her boyfriend in the chest during a domestic dispute.
Seattle domestic violence attorney Steve Karimi talks about a case of a police officer who posted salacious photos of his mistress online and was charged with domestic violence and cyberstalking.
Seattle domestic violence attorney Karimi talks about how it can sometimes be hard to determine if an act was domestic violence or self-defense.
Domestic Violence Attorney Karimi talks about all of the charges that can arise from a single domestic violence incident in Seattle.
Domestic violence attorney Karimi looks at a recent sentence where a Seattle man faces more than the maximum jail sentence for domestic violence assault.
Domestic violence attorney Steve Karimi looks at the recent criticism of Seattle police for not providing enough case follow-up and what that can mean for victims as well as the accused.
Attorney Karimi looks at an interesting case where a woman used assault accusations as retaliation when her boyfriend broke up with her.
Domestic violence charges can result in a number of instances. In some cases physical violence is not even necessary to constitute a charge. When property is damaged after a domestic dispute, Seattle police can make a domestic violence arrest for an offense called malicious mischief. Malicious mischief is a crime where you are accused of causing intentional damage to another person’s property.
A domestic violence charge is a very serious thing. If convicted, you can face jail time, fines and more. It can also affect your child custody status and your career. The best way to avoid the negative effects of domestic violence is to fight the charges with the assistance of a Seattle domestic violence lawyer.