Former CSI star, Gary Dourdan, has been arrested and booked on charges of Felony Battery following an alleged domestic altercation at his California home. The actor was detained by police at his home in Venice after they were called to investigate a disturbance at the house.
Dourdan is alleged to have had an argument with an unnamed ex-girlfriend, who was reportedly found nearby the home with a broken nose.
Under California law, Felony Battery is punishable by 2 to 4 years in California State Prison, formal probation, and a possible strike on your record in accordance with California’s Three Strikes Law.
If you, or someone you know has been charged with Felony Battery, Assault, Domestic Violence or any Felony Crime, it is crucial that you contact a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Los Angeles.
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