Illinois has followed a nationwide trend of increasingly harsher penalties for Domestic Battery. Not only can a person receive jail time, a prison sentence, fines, and mandatory PAR (Preventing Abusive Relationships) counseling, but even a misdemeanor conviction can cost a person their ability to possess a firearm or have a Firearms Owner Identification (FOID) card.
The criminal defense lawyers at the Noll Law Office are experienced and successful Domestic Battery lawyers who represent clients in Springfield, Illinois and other communities in Central Illinois. Our law firm has handled hundreds, if not thousands, of Domestic Violence cases over 40 years. The Criminal Defense Attorneys at our Springfield law firm understand how these allegations can impact the lives of individuals and how detrimental convictions can be.
If you are charged with Misdemeanor Domestic Battery or Felony Domestic Battery, contact our Domestic Violence Defense Lawyers today at (217) 414-8889 for a free initial consultation where our attorneys can explain your rights to you and your options. Weekend and after hours appointments are available.
Noll Law Office Results:
People v. G.S. (2014)
G.S. was charged with Domestic Battery and served with an Order of Protection. Our criminal defense lawyer, Daniel Noll, was able to obtain a NOT GUILTY verdict after a trial. The order of protection was subsequently dropped.