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Former Prosecutor


Domestic Violence Lawyer - Davenport, IA

Decades of Criminal Defense Experience Working For You!

When a relationship becomes violent, it is serious and reason for concern. This is true when the people involved have no prior relationship. When the individuals have a relationship – the circumstances can become even more difficult to navigate.

When a physical violence altercation happens within our relationships or family, the charges involved may be considered domestic violence rather than assault and battery. Domestic violence is violence that occurs within the home or family. Violence that happens between spouses, partners, or between any people with any kind of family relationship is generally considered domestic violence. The accused can find themselves facing serious criminal charges - these charges can lead to a criminal record that can have lasting consequences.

If you have or a loved one has found yourself involved in a domestic violence legal situtation, your best course of action is to contact a lawyer who understands this area of the law and can work hard to ensure you receive a fair trial and that your rights are upheld. Attorney Robert C. Bradfield will do his best to help better your situation, and get the best defense possible. 

Domestic Violence can include violence within the following relationships:

  • Any family members that are related by blood

  • Child and parent or stepparent and child relationships

  • Current or former dating relationships

  • Current or former spouses

  • Elderly or disabled adults and caregivers

  • Former or current roommates

  • Individuals related by blood via a child

  • Parents with a child in common

Protection Orders

One common way that people find themselves into trouble is by inadvertently violating a protection order. It is important that one understand the limits of a protection order so that a protection order doesn’t turn into a misdemeanor contempt charge.

It is against a protection order to do any of the following:

  • Call the complainant (spouse) on the phone

  • Click “like” on the complainant’s Facebook page

  • Have a friend call the complainant on the phone on your behalf

  • Send or respond to a text message with the complainant

  • Visit the complainant in person for any reason

Attorney Bradfield can help you make contact with the complainant for issues such as property disbursement or child custody issues.

Contact A Davenport Domestic Violence Lawyer For Help!

If you have been charged or accused with domestic violence, you simply cannot afford to put your future in the hands of an inexperienced criminal defense lawyer. Contact our criminal defense attorney to schedule a free consultation and case review. We work hard to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome given the facts and circumstances of your case. Call today for HELP!

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