In Utah, domestic violence is defined as a crime involving two or more people who cohabitate with each other. This can mean a spouse, child, sibling or even roommate. Based on this broad definition, a domestic violence charge can occur in many situations.
Domestic violence is a crime with serious consequences, fines, fees and possible jail time.
Further, if you are convicted of domestic violence you will lose your Second Amendment right to bear or possess firearms for the rest of your life. There is no exception given for hunting, employment or even military service.
If you have been charged with domestic violence the time to act to protect yourself and your rights is now.
Being charged with domestic violence does not need to ruin your life. Contact 24-7 Group today to connect you with a Utah after hours attorney to review your options.
Take the time now to discuss your case with one of our experienced team of attorneys before the damaging consequences of a domestic violence charge take hold in your life.