The quick answer to that question is, maybe. It depends on the specific circumstances of the case that prosecutors are looking to make and on the legal defense that is mounted on your behalf.
The potential consequences of a charge of domestic violence are far reaching. And they are not necessarily limited to the aspects of the sentence that could be handed down by the court if a jury finds you guilty. All you have to do is look at the cases of professional football players Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson to know that the fall out can begin well before any evidence is ever presented at trial.