Domestic violence is a very sensitive matter
Domestic violence charges often include information that is very sensitive. That makes these cases very trying for everyone involved. Simply knowing that someone you love is accusing you of domestic violence can be a very hurtful fact. We know that you just want your case to be over with so that you can move on with your life and move past the allegations set against you.
As we discussed in a recent blog post, the alleged victim in a domestic violence case can’t simply decide to drop criminal charges. This can mean that you have to face the court system even if you and the alleged victim are back in a relationship. It also means that you have to comply with any court orders, even the ones that forbid you from being around the person you love.
We can help you to learn about the options that you have to fight the domestic violence charges against you. When we look into your case, we look at a variety of factors, including the type of domestic violence you are accused of committing. While you might think of domestic violence as hitting a person or other physical actions, domestic violence can also be financial, emotional or sexual. In each case, a different defense might be necessary.
If you are facing domestic violence charges, you must take action right away. You must start building your defense so that you can fight the allegations against you. We can help you learn the options you have at each step of your case. This can help you to decide what choice you want to make at each step.