I've been charged with harassment, what happens now?
The crime of Harassment can be committed in a number of different ways under the statute. It can also be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the specific facts of the situation. It also has the potential to be considered a crime of domestic violence, triggering a loss of firearms rights and other serious consequences.
If you find yourself charged with harassment, you will want to talk to an attorney immediately to review the specific facts of your case, and the potential consequences you are facing.
Send Chris an email today, or call (425) 405 0016 to schedule your free consultation. He will sit down with you and explain what your options are, how to fight the domestic violence charges against you, and what you can do to improve your situation right now.