Domestic violence conviction for Disney star
Domestic violence conviction for Disney star
A former Disney child actor will spend a year in jail after pleading no contest to domestic violence charges. In addition to jail time, the man will also spend five years on formal probation. He is also expected to complete a 52-week domestic violence class and an outpatient alcohol treatment program. The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office prosecuted the case.

Last November, the 27-year-old actor allegedly attacked his girlfriend, leaving her hospitalized with a concussion. He left the scene before the police arrived, but officers arrested the man two days later. This is his second conviction for domestic violence. He pleaded no contest to a single count of spousal battery in 2018 for an incident that occurred in 2017.

According to the actor’s profile on IMDB, he began working when he was 12 and is still active.

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When you face charges for spousal abuse or domestic assault, hire an experienced domestic violence lawyer like Robert Helfend. Mr. Helfend has 35 years of experience exclusively in criminal defense. He is a top-rated defender in Los Angeles County and takes domestic abuse defense cases.

Few cases are more emotional than one involving domestic assault. Many times, the “victim” does not want to pursue charges, but feels pressured to do so. In other cases, the victim reconsiders and would like to take a different approach to the relationship. Sometimes, the victim wants to press charges, but provable facts are scarce.

Regardless of the situation, your best defense is to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney like Robert Helfend. Mr. Helfend does not judge clients based on the charges they face. Instead, he simply works hard to get the charges against them reduced or dropped. Avoiding felony convictions is very important. Felony convictions can make finding work and housing difficult upon release. An experienced attorney can help you through the adjudication process, and help you understand the impact of each decision you’ll be asked to make.

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Photo Credit: Rev. Dr. Disney Wizard, via Flickr.com

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