Newport Beach, California (PRWEB) June 20, 2013
In California, those arrested for domestic violence are regularly charged with violating penal code section 273.5, which could result in a felony conviction. Now, MacGregor & Collins, LLP attorneys are providing those accused of pc 273.5 violations payment plans and no-charge confidential case evaluations to help the innocent avoid jail time.
According to the Domestic Violence Resource Center, a quarter of all women experience some form of domestic violence during their lifetimes, with women of all races being equally likely to experience some type of physical abuse. MacGregor & Collins attorneys feel that the public’s agenda to keep women safe from their husbands can result in witch hunts that jeopardize the freedoms of those involved.
Randy Collins, MacGregor & Collins firm partner, has worked on behalf of several domestic violence offenders and believes that he is providing assistance to those in need. “These days, it is pretty common for the general public to turn on anyone that has been accused of domestic violence charges. Unfortunately, many of those who are condemned by their friends and family as wife or husband beaters are not guilty of their charges, yet they are publicly humiliated and shunned by those they love most. By offering payment plans and consultations for alleged offenders we will help those that really need it.
“Once convicted of PC 273.5, offenders can have trouble obtaining employment and developing relationships. If alleged offenders can get valuable information that is specific to their case at the outset, they may be able to avoid costly mistakes that the prosecution could use against them. Providing these consultations are time-consuming and costly, but we feel the benefits provided are well worth it, “said attorney Collins.
About MacGregor & Collins, LLP
MacGregor & Collins attorneys provide criminal defense representation for those facing charges in Southern California. If you or your loved one has been arrested or accused of domestic violence, assault and battery, or any other crime, taking advantage of a free confidential consultation may be in your best interest.
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