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Protecting Your Rights In Assault And Domestic Violence Cases

Assault cases, particularly those between family or household members, can have serious impacts on people’s lives. Having any assault conviction on your record is significant. Just being charged with an assault can place an enormous strain on a person’s life, work, and entire family. Domestic abuse cases are particularly complicated because they involve personal relationships and a combination of both criminal and family law issues.

Attorney Daniel R. Kruse vigorously represents people in a variety of assault and domestic abuse cases, including:

  • Assaults
  • Domestic Violence
  • Menacing
  • Harassment
  • Coercion
  • Kidnapping
  • Sex Crimes
  • Restraining Orders
  • Stalking Orders
  • Restraining and Stalking Order Violations

If you or a loved one is charged with assault or domestic abuse, contact Daniel R. Kruse, Attorney at Law, at 541-249-4510 for a free consultation.

Family Member In Jail?

Often, people charged with assault or domestic abuse, even misdemeanors, are held in custody while their cases are pending. The state can legally hold a person in jail for up to 60 days prior to trial. This can place a significant burden not only on the person charged, but also on their entire family.

In some cases, it may be possible to quickly arrange a person’s release from custody, either by (1) posting bail, (2) negotiating release conditions with the Pre-Trial Release Office, or (3) filing a motion with the court to release the defendant, reduce bail, or modify the conditions of release. In other cases, a person may be released from custody as soon as the case is resolved. In any assault or domestic abuse case, attorney Kruse understands the importance of working quickly and aggressively to achieve the best possible outcome for his clients.

Start With A Free Consultation Today

To speak with a criminal defense lawyer serving Eugene, Springfield and the surrounding communities, call Daniel R. Kruse, Attorney at Law, at 541-249-4510. You can also schedule an initial consultation by contacting the firm online. The discussion will be honest, professional, and strictly confidential.