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Several Domestic Violence Charges Results in Probation

08 April 2019 | Assault & Domestic Violence,  Battery,  Case Results,  Felony Charges,  

Attorney Sean Hessler

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Sean Hessler

Posted
08 April 2019

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Assault & Domestic Violence,  Battery,  Case Results,  Felony Charges,  

A 32-year-old warehouse worker allegedly assaulted his girlfriend and was charged with a Level 6 felony of domestic violence in front of a child, Level 6 felony of strangulation, a misdemeanor of interfering with the reporting of a crime, and a violation of probation for a prior offense relating to operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

All in all, he faced four and a half years in custody and an additional year with a suspended driver’s license. However, criminal defense lawyer Hessler advocated on his behalf and arranged for his client to wrap up the entire situation with a single charge of Level 6 domestic violence and two years of probation. This spared him from any time behind bars the complete dismissal of his probation violation.

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