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Phoenix Harassment Defense Attorney

Top Attorney in Criminal Defense Serving Phoenix, Arizona

Harassment is a domestic violence crime that can have serious repercussions. If you've been accused of harassment in a domestic situation, you need to act quickly to protect your best interests and ensure that your rights are protected. The Law Offices of Joshua S. Davidson, PLC has the criminal defense experience and commitment to service that can make a difference in your case.

Attorney Davidson is a former prosecutor who has been in practice since 1998, which means he has been successfully handling criminal cases like yours for nearly 16 years. He handled hundreds of felony and misdemeanor domestic violence cases as a prosecutor which means he thoroughly understands how the case against you will be constructed by your prosecutor. His effectiveness in criminal defense has been recognized with an Avvo Top Lawyer in Criminal Defense Award along with a "AV – Preeminent" rating from Martindale-Hubble.

Arizona Harassment Law

Arizona Revised Statute 13-2921 defines harassment as conduct that is directed at a specific person which can cause alarm, annoyance, or cause the person to feel harassed. Such conduct can include:

  • Anonymous or other contact or communication by means of writing, telephone, electronic, mechanical, or digital devices that cause harassment
  • Continually following the person around in a public place after being asked to desist
  • Repeatedly committing acts of harassment
  • Surveiling or causing someone else to surveil the person for no legitimate reason

Domestic violence laws apply to those in a domestic or intimate relationship, such as spouses, unmarried parents, dating or cohabitation partners, and other household members. When harassment is committed against someone in a domestic relationship, it can be designated a 'Domestic Violence" offense and become an even more serious legal matter. In addition to facing criminal charges, individuals accused of harassment may also be the subject of an order of protection or injunction against harassment. If the alleged victim claims that the restraining order was violated, the prosecution may add charges of interfering with judicial proceedings in addition to the harassment charges.

Discuss Your Case in a Free Consultation

Bringing your harassment case to a competent criminal defense attorney should be your first step after any arrest. As a Phoenix harassment defense lawyer, Mr. Davidson offers a free case consultation in which you can get your questions answered and learn more about a defense strategy. Contact the firm to schedule your consultation today.

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