A person found guilty of Domestic Battery can be sentenced up to 364 days in jail, up to a $2,500 fine, and up to 2 years of probation, and a mandatory criminal conviction. Domestic Battery is a Class A Misdemeanor, which is the highest crime short of a felony.
Court supervision is NOT permitted in a Domestic Battery case. If a person is found guilty of Domestic Battery, he or she MUST BECOME A CONVICTED CRIMINAL.
Nevertheless, there may be strong defenses that you can assert.
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