Orange County Domestic Violence Attorneys
Accused of Domestic Abuse? Call (714) 973-2024.
Early intervention and representation are critical to success in a domestic violence case.
Once you retain Ferrentino & Associates, we immediately take action by starting our own investigation utilizing some of Southern California’s best investigators. We recognize that the police version of the facts is often inaccurate, incomplete, and one-sided. Act now to protect your rights!
Call today at (714) 613-0801 for a domestic violence case review.
Take Your Domestic Violence Charges Seriously
No matter how insignificant you may think a domestic dispute is, the consequences are severe if you have been arrested and charged with domestic violence or abuse. The police and the court will often issue emergency protective orders that can separate you from your family, remove you from your home, and prevent you from having unsupervised contact with your children. You may even go to jail.
Are you going through a divorce? A domestic violence conviction can negatively affect your chances at custody and visitation rights. A conviction can also have serious immigration or career implications.
It is a common misconception that, if the alleged victim in a domestic violence or spousal abuse case does not want to press charges, then the matter will be dismissed. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Once the police respond to a domestic violence call, it is no longer up to the parties whether or not there will be an arrest. The prosecutor determines whether to file charges and an alleged victim becomes a witness. But the attorneys at Ferrentino & Associates know how to bring to the prosecutor's attention witnesses who disagree with the police and also want the charges dropped.
Domestic Violence Cases We Handle Include:
- Assault of spouse, cohabitant or significant other
- Battery with or without injury of spouse, cohabitant or significant other
- Child abuse and endangerment
- Criminal threats
- False Imprisonment
- Intimidating a witness or victim
- Sexual Assault
- Spousal Rape
- Violating a restraining order
Personalized Attention from Your Defense Attorney
At Ferrentino & Associates, we take a proactive approach to your case. Our aggressive investigation and early intervention with the District Attorney‘s Office is done in an effort to reduce the charges filed or to prevent the filing of charges altogether. We will spend time understating your unique situation and direct you in how to assist your defense team in providing all relevant information to the prosecutor and courts to get you the best resolution possible. And when resolution is not available, the attorneys at Ferrentino & Associates are ready to aggressively try your case and put on a full defense.
Founding Attorney Correen Ferrentino, Certified Criminal Law Specialist, is uniquely qualified to represent your interest in domestic violence matters. For a portion of her career, Ferrentino worked exclusively in a domestic violence courtroom representing hundreds of individuals charged with domestic violence. Ms. Ferrentino also has extensive experience with the Department of Social Services, an agency frequently involved in domestic violence matters.
Time Is Not on Your Side, So Act Quickly. Call (714) 973-2024!
If retained immediately, we may be able to prevent the case from being filed by the District Attorney – something we have accomplished for many clients. Ms. Ferrentino has a wealth of experience and is uniquely qualified to represent you.
Our team has intimate knowledge of protective order issues and other aspects of domestic violence law. We have successfully handled hundreds of domestic violence cases, know the proper preventative measures to mitigate consequences, and have secured outright dismissals in hundreds of cases as well as reduced sentences in others. And when trial is necessary, we have achieved success for our clients either through acquittal, mistrial or a better sentence post-conviction. We offer the caring, personalized attention you need when you’re dealing with such sensitive family law issues.