Trusted Criminal Defense Attorney Joliet Handling Domestic Violence Cases With Over 20 Years Experience
Domestic violence cases are extremely sensitive because they involve members of the defendant’s family and/or household. These cases can cause serious rifts within a family and have consequences that can severely impact the lives of everyone involved. Convictions for domestic violence can negatively affect your freedom, your employment future and your child custody rights. Additionally, domestic violence convictions cannot be sealed or erased through expungement.
At the Law Offices of Eugene Fimbianti, P.C., we understand how serious domestic violence charges are, and we offer our clients skilled and experienced legal representation in service of their best interests. As a former police officer and felony prosecutor, Attorney Eugene “Gino” Fimbianti has over 20 years of experience working with domestic violence cases. He uses his experience to effectively defend his clients’ against these charges and ensure their rights are protected throughout the legal process.
Fighting Charges of Domestic Violence
It is not uncommon for false accusations of domestic violence to be used as a tactic to harm another person, particularly in circumstances involving a divorce and/or child custody dispute. At the Law Offices of Eugene Fimbianti, P.C., we thoroughly investigate all aspects of the incident(s) in question to identify the strengths and weaknesses in the case against you. Whether you have been accused of spousal abuse, child abuse, elder abuse or any other type of domestic violence charge, we work with you to understand your perspective on the case and devise a successful defense.
If you were involved in a domestic violence incident or are facing a domestic violence charge, contact us to schedule a free, confidential, no-obligation consultation. We will answer your questions and give you an honest and accurate assessment of what you can expect from the legal system. We represent clients in matters in Will County, Cook County, and Kankakee County jurisdictions.