Many domestic violence cases in Oregon originate from disputes and arguments that arise at home. Emotions run high, things are said and done (often by both parties), the police are called, and from that point forward a conflict that might have been resolved through counseling can become a criminal case. Our attorneys understand how people find themselves in these situations, and we have the skill and experience to help you get the best result.
Our lawyers provide the best representation in Oregon for all types of domestic violence offenses, including but not limited to:
In order for our attorneys to be most effective in defending a domestic violence case, it is important that we learn of the case as soon as possible. A call to 9-1-1 sets a series of events in motion that are quickly outside the control of the people engaged in the dispute. One of the common consequences of an assault charge is a restraining order, known as a Family Abuse Protective Act (FAPA), which can bar you from living in your home, from freely visiting your children, and from being in locations where you and your partner previously socialized.
It is critical during this time to have the right attorney on your side to protect your rights and communicate your side of the story. The lawyers at Boender, Coit & Payment will work diligently to protect your rights, your freedom, and your family. For sound advice and the best defense after an assault or domestic violence arrest in Oregon, contact our domestic violence attorneys.