Kristen Rodger
Attorney at Law


Arrested for domestic violence in Naples, Florida?

Domestic violence arrests often occur after law enforcement is called to a residence, by someone in the house, or by a neighbor. The domestic violence statute states that the officer is to determine who was the primary aggressor (who started the fight). The statute says that the officer should arrest the primary aggressor. Often, however, little investigation is done to determine who was the primary aggressor.

If you or a family member has been arrested for domestic violence, it is important to contact a lawyer right away. The judge setting bond will usually enter a no contact order, which prevents the accused from returning home. As your attorney, I can present testimony to the judge to explain that a no-contact order is not necessary in your case. Call me for a free consultation at 239-331-2999