Domestic Violence Attorney
Rick Coad is an experienced domestic violence lawyer located in Madison, Wisconsin. Call him today for a free consultation.
In Wisconsin, a person commits the crime of domestic violence by committing battery, inflicting pain or fear, or assaulting a person in his or her family or household. Domestic battery involves a battery against a domestic partner, which can include a girlfriend, boyfriend, wife or husband. A person may also be charged with domestic disorderly conduct when there is no clear evidence of physical contact.
Often times these charges stem from an argument between people in a romantic relationship where the police are called. Most people don’t know that when the police are called to a domestic disturbance, they will almost always arrest one of the people involved in the disturbance even if there is no clear physical evidence of any type of battery or injury. Being charged with domestic battery can ruin your reputation and have consequences you never thought you’d experience.
With the help of a skilled attorney, it is possible to get domestic abuse charges reduced or dismissed. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Coad Law Office is located in Madison, WI, and defends people charged with Domestic Batter / Domestic Disorderly Conduct throughout the state, including: Dane County, Columbia County, Walworth County, Jefferson County, Sauk County, Dodge County, Iowa County, Green County, Rock County, Waukesha County, Fond du Lac County, Richland County, Juneau County and many others.
Dane County – Domestic Battery; Domestic Disorderly Conduct
The client was charged with two counts of domestic battery and one count of disorderly conduct. The case involved very difficult facts, including injuries and threats of future violence. Through careful representation, Attorney Coad negotiated a settlement that dismissed all criminal offenses in favor of a non-criminal disorderly conduct ticket. To achieve a good result such as this requires an experienced attorney like Mr. Coad, who understands how to investigate a case and address the concerns of a prosecutor and court.