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San Mateo County

San Mateo Domestic Violence Lawyer

San Mateo domestic violence attorney Robert Tayac has been a California lawyer for more than fifteen years. He has successfully defended clients in San Mateo criminal cases including domestic violence, domestic assault, domestic battery, and civil cases involving restraining orders and all related issues. Domestic violence cases in California must be properly handled in order to win the case or minimize the impact. It is important to realize that the domestic violence arrest is only the beginning.

If you, a family member or someone you know and care about has been arrested for domestic violence in San Mateo County, please take some time to familiarize yourself with the material in this website in the Introduction, What to do First, Criminal Case and Protective Orders sections, then seriously consider calling this office to discuss the matter in complete confidence with an attorney who specializes in domestic violence defense and restraining order cases.

Please know that many people who are arrested for domestic battery have not broken the law. A person doesn't have to commit a crime to get taken to jail by the police or be served with an application for protective orders in domestic violence cases. If a person is convicted of a domestic violence offense in San Mateo County, they will be placed on probation for three (3) years and be required to complete a so-called batterer's treatment program which meets two (2) hours weekly for a minimum of 52 weeks.

Both men and women from every socio economic background are arrested for domestic violence in San Mateo County every month. California law is very strict with respect to domestic violence cases which can involve an allegation of physical violence causing minor injuries, threats, restraining order violations, and stalking. The charges include violence against a spouse, former spouse, or a past or present boyfriend or girlfriend.

A person arrested or charged in San Mateo County with a domestic violence criminal case or spousal abuse case should consult with an experienced San Mateo domestic violence attorney as soon as possible. Domestic violence or spousal abuse cases are vigorously prosecuted by the District Attorney’s Office in San Mateo.

This San Mateo domestic violence law firm has a proven approach for successfully defending against domestic violence and spousal abuse charges. The defense begins with implementing a defense strategy to ensure no additional cases will be charged based on new allegations and to defend the domestic violence and spousal abuse case with which you are presently charged.

Contact this office today for a free case evaluation. There is no obligation. You will discuss your San Mateo case with a qualified attorney and get an understanding of your options.

San Mateo Domestic Violence Defense

Robert Tayac, Attorney at Law
600 Allerton Street, Ste. 201
Redwood City, California 94063

Phone: 650-570-3000
Toll free: 800-901-1888

Email: San Mateo Domestic Violence Lawyer