Camarillo Domestic Violence Suspect Surrenders
Camarillo Domestic Violence Suspect Surrenders
Camarillo police arrested a domestic violence suspect at his Port Hueneme residence last month. Police wanted the man in connection with a domestic abuse assault in Camarillo.

According to Camarillo police, they responded to a call for assistance at a Camarillo residence. When they arrived, they found an injured woman. The woman said she received the injuries from a domestic partner. The man left the area before police arrived.

The police sought a search warrant for the man’s Port Hueneme home. Camarillo detectives, accompanied by Camarillo Special Enforcement Detail officers, detectives from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Gang Unit and a K-9 unit, served the warrant.

The suspect entered his residence when he saw officers approaching. The officers presented the warrant. They told the suspect that they would release the dog to find him, so the man surrendered without incident. Camarillo police booked the suspect into the Ventura County Jail. He remains jailed on a $100,000 bond and will appear in court on December 7.

Camarillo domestic violence lawyer

When you face domestic assault charges, hire an experienced domestic violence attorney like Robert Helfend. Mr. Helfend has nearly 35 years of experience in courtroom criminal defense. He takes spousal abuse cases in Camarillo and throughout Ventura County.

Mr. Helfend does not judge his clients based on how they have been charged. Instead, he fights aggressively for their rights and freedoms. Domestic abuse can result in either misdemeanor or felony charges against you. In California, a history of felony convictions can lead to lifetime incarceration. It is important that your lawyer move quickly to get felony charges against you reduced or dropped.

Even if you’re not facing your third felony conviction, a second felony conviction under California law can result in extended sentencing. Your attorney must fight to get felony charges dismissed or reduced to avoid the punitive sentencing requirements of the state’s Three Strikes Law.

Don’t settle for an attorney who won’t fight for you. Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (805) 273-5611, (310) 456-3317 or (818) 591-2809 for an immediate consultation on your Ventura County domestic violence/antitrust case.

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