Defending Criminal Domestic Violence Charges

Arrested with CDV Charges in South Carolina?

Being charged with domestic violence does not mean that you are guilty.

An officer responding to a CDV call may identify who they deem to be the primary aggressor; if a physical injury is noted, no matter how slight, the call can end with someone going to jail.

The decision of whether to proceed lies in the hands of a prosecutor specifically tasked with fighting criminal domestic violence, requiring the immediate assistance of a CDV attorney who knows how to fight the system and protect what is at stake.

Regardless of the circumstances, CDV is a serious charge that can result in serious consequences. It can tear apart your family, result in prison time, and end your career.

Even if the Judge releases you on bond, you may be forced to leave your home and ordered to stay away from your spouse or significant other and possibly your children.

Whether you have been charged with:

  • domestic violence
  • child abuse
  • sexual assault or battery
  • stalking

or any other domestic violence related offense, we can help.

The CDV attorneys at The Strom Law Firm, LLC have experience and the resources you need to challenge your criminal domestic violence charge.

We provide aggressive representation and provide you a well planned defense.

Contact the attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC today for your free consultation.  We offer flexible payment options and accept Visa and Mastercard.


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