If you or a loved one has been charged with domestic violence in Greenville, South Carolina, you should realize that it is a very serious charge. If convicted of CDV you face a jail sentence, permanent criminal record, high fine, mandatory counseling along with the other consequences of a CDV conviction. Depending on the facts of the case individuals arrested for domestic violence in Greenville may be either charged with a misdemeanor or a felony.
The Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, represents individuals in Greenville fight CDV or
CDVHAN charges. It is important that you seek representation before you go to Court. Many times individuals unknowingly waive important rights by going to Court unrepresented. Neither the police officers involved in your case, the Court staff or the judge can provide you with legal advice nor are they allowed to assist you with preparing or presenting your defense to your charge.
To schedule an initial consultation regarding your case please call (888) 301-6004). Initial consultations are generally held in Lexington, South Carolina.