Felony Domestic Violence

Defending You Against Serious Felony Charges

Domestic violence charges go to the heart of what is most important to you: your family, your children, your home — and your freedom. You have one chance to defend yourself when you face the consequences of a felony domestic violence charge. Your attorney should listen to your side, commit to your defense and fight for your rights.

Earl E. Conaway, III is that lawyer. At our firm in San Luis Obispo, no client is left on his or her own without support when facing serious consequences. We will stand by you throughout the criminal defense process.

We use our courtroom skill, our relationships with district attorneys and our extensive experience to fight for your cause.

Know The Consequences

A felony domestic abuse charge in California is much more serious than a misdemeanor. You face up to four years in prison for the felony charge alone — and even more time if there is great bodily injury. A court may also order a lengthy batterer's treatment program.

Those are the kind of consequences that will disrupt your entire life. You will be separated from your family, and your career and reputation will suffer.

At Earl E. Conaway, III, A Professional Law Corporation, we do not stop until you have received the best possible defense we can give you. In cases of domestic violence with injury, the evidence is often sensitive and complicated. We will advocate for you and listen to your side of the story.

Free Initial Consultation With Our Domestic Violence Lawyer

All felony matters require swift and aggressive defense. Contact us for assistance today. Call 805-546-8797 to make an appointment, or contact us online.


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