Domestic Violence Penalties And Consequences

Domestic violence penalties in Denver and throughout Colorado can be harsh, but also can vary depending on the charge. Consequences can include:

  • Jail time with a conviction
  • Domestic violence classes and therapy with a conviction or deferred judgment, costing you time, money and emotional stress
  • A criminal record that can impact your life, even with a charge and no conviction; this includes affecting your employment, education and ability to own a firearm

Additionally, violations to a restraining order can adversely impact your case as well as your life. It is important to make no contact directly with the protected person, even if they attempt contact.

Knowledgeable Aurora Lawyer Against Consequences For Domestic Violence

If you are facing domestic violence charges, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side. Ron Houg, provides aggressive criminal defense representation. He will work diligently on your case, examining the evidence, hiring an investigator to look into the victim’s background, and advocating with the prosecution for elimination or reduction of charges.

With nearly 20 years of experience, Ron Houg is known for his fierce advocacy on behalf of his clients. As a former prosecutor, he has an intimate knowledge of the penalty structure and is able to negotiate for the best possible settlement offer. If the prosecution delivers a plea that is not in your best interests, he will fight for your rights at trial.

Contact Ron Houg

Call 720-575-1834 or send an email using the online form for a free initial consultation. Attorney Houg answers all messages promptly and is easily accessible throughout your case. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. He charges a flat fee for services and accepts all major credit cards.