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domestic violence, domestic abuse, sexual assault, physical abuse, DuPage County criminal defense lawyersDomestic violence is a serious crime that can severely damage relationships with family, friends, significant others, and spouses. If you are convicted of domestic violence, you will face consequences that could destroy your quality of life—you may have a more difficult time obtaining employment, and may not be able to have contact with those whom you love.

Definition of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence occurs when a person knowingly causes bodily harm to any family or household member or makes physical contact of an insulting nature with any family or household member.

When a person is charged with domestic violence, he or she will face a Class A misdemeanor. If the offender has been previously convicted of domestic violence, then he or she will be charged with a Class 4 felony.

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Illinois criminal defense attorneyAn arrest or conviction on your criminal record can have a dramatic impact your personal life. It can reduce your employment opportunities and may even limit your housing options. Certain charges (particularly those related to driving while under the influence) can also increase your insurance rates and may have other collateral consequences. Thankfully, you may be eligible for an expungement of your record. Learn more about this option and how an experienced criminal defense lawyer can assist with the process.

What is Expungement?

At its core, expungement is a legal process in which your criminal charge or conviction is “sealed” from the eyes of the public. It means that most employers, landlords, insurance companies, and the public are unable to see the sealed arrests, charges, and/or convictions. However, not every record, charge, arrest, or conviction can be expunged. Instead, there are certain requirements that a person must meet to have their records sealed.

Eligibility for Expungement

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justifiable force, DuPage County criminal defense lawyersWhen your actions have caused death or bodily harm to another, you may be faced with criminal charges. What happens, though, when your actions were in self-defense, or done to protect your home or a loved one? Is this still a criminal matter, or can you use justifiable force as a viable defense in your case? The answer to this depends on the situation. However, the following information can help you understand the basics of justifiable force in Illinois. 

When Might Justifiable Force Apply? 

Justifiable force cannot be used for every circumstance or every case. To effectively exercise this defense, you must have been defending yourself or another person from an unlawful act (i.e. sexual assault, battery, murder) or from death or bodily harm. Alternatively, you may be able use justifiable force in a situation where you were protecting your own property or a family member’s property from a break-in, attack, or other unlawful act. Still, this is not a blanket defense. There are other nuances to justifiable force that you must be aware of before trying to use it in your case.

Justifiable Force Versus Stand Your Ground 

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