While many Chicago courts (and the courts in the surrounding communities) are shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic, they’re still hearing domestic battery cases – and that means if you’ve gotten into trouble, your case is proceeding as planned.
Here’s what you need to know.
Domestic Battery Charges During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Police haven’t stopped arresting people, taking people to jail and filing formal charges against people they believe have committed crime – but some of those people will be waiting for their cases to be heard.
However, the courts are still hearing domestic battery cases – and that means if you’ve been charged, you’re still going to face the judge. That also means you probably want to talk to a domestic battery defense attorney as soon as you can.
Free Domestic Battery Consultations – Phone, Video, Skype and FaceTime
During the coronavirus pandemic, we know how important it is to maintain social distancing. That’s why we’re offering our clients multiple options to get in touch with us and consult about domestic battery defense cases. We’re available by phone at 847-920-4540, but if you’re more comfortable using a video chat (such as Facebook Messenger, Skype or FaceTime), we’re more than happy to do that, too.
We will also be in court to represent you if you’re accused of domestic battery. We understand that your future – and defending your name – are incredibly important. You don’t want to throw away an opportunity to fight your charges or defend yourself in court simply because you’re concerned that a lawyer can’t represent you.
The Law Offices of Matt Fakhoury and Domestic Defense Chicago are here for you.
Call us right away at 847-920-4540 or fill out the form below to schedule your completely free consultation – we’re here to help.