Verbal Abuse

When a person is arrested on charges of domestic violence, he or she is usually arrested for committing violent acts in the home. In some instances, verbal abuse may escalate to actual physical abuse. Anger and frustration are very common at home and among family members, and sometimes arguments may escalate to using extremely harsh words. However, it is important to realize that there is a distinction between physical and verbal abuse, and it is possible for individuals to be wrongly charged with committing physical abuse.

If you have been charged with domestic abuse, it is important to immediately consult a criminal defense attorney. Contact the Milwaukee domestic violence attorneys of Hart Powell, S.C., at 414- 271-9595 to learn more about your legal rights and options.

Definition of Verbal Abuse

There are several different forms of verbal abuse. Some of the most common forms include the following:

  • Name calling
  • Critical words
  • Mocking words
  • Yelling
  • Swearing
  • Screaming

If you have been charged with this form of abuse accompanied by physical violence, you may be facing harsh consequences. However, verbal abuse does not always lead to physical violence, and as such, individuals may be wrongly charged.

Contact Us

If you or your loved one has been arrested on charges of domestic violence, it is important to have experienced representation by your side. The dedicated Milwaukee criminal defense attorneys at Hart Powell, S.C., can help you build your defense and fight the charges against you. Contact us today at (414) 271-9595 to schedule a free consultation.

Written by Michael Hart & Craig Powell

Last Updated : January 14, 2016