To win your domestic violence case, you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. You could be facing not only jail time but loss of your rights and your future. You don’t want to leave this up to chance.
Call or text me today at (617) 295-7500, and let’s get started on your defense.
Domestic violence, or assault and battery on a family or household member, is a serious crime in Massachusetts. A first-time offense for assault and battery is a misdemeanor, but many other offenses are felonies.
Ever since the Jared Remy case, judges in Massachusetts take domestic violence very seriously. You could be facing jail time when you’re awaiting trial through dangerousness or a high bail. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to fight for your release.
A domestic violence offense can result in loss of your gun rights, harsh probation conditions, and a serious criminal record. It is critical that you give yourself the best chance to win your domestic violence case.
To win your domestic violence case, you need to know the defenses. Domestic violence cases can involve a number of defenses to the charges. This includes not only that the offense did not happen but also self-defense, alibi, and other justifications.
Even if the victim of the offense does not want to prosecute, this does not mean the case is over. The prosecution could go forward even if the victim does not. They could do this through the 911 call, hospital records, or even introducing the victim’s statement directly.
An experienced criminal defense attorney gives you the best chance to win your domestic violence case. A lawyer can determine what the best defense will be, fight for your release, and figure out the best way to investigate your case. Call or text me today at (617) 295-7500, and let’s get started on your defense.