Domestic violence accusations are often the result of intense arguments between family, people in a relationship, or household members. When the police are notified, the accused offender is arrested under California law if there is probable cause that an offense has been committed. In California, domestic violence convictions carry heavy fines and loss of the right to carry or possess firearms. In many states, a domestic violence felony conviction may result in revoking a citizenís right to vote and may have a negative impact in divorce proceedings, child custody hearings, and any future trials. Ronis & Ronis works closely with clients accused of domestic violence to prevent unfair claims from ruining otherwise healthy futures.
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