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Defense for Domestic Violence Charges in Bergen County
Over the past decade, the state of New Jersey has increased enforcement and penalties for acts of domestic violence. Domestic violence charges are often followed by the issuance of a no contact provision which is requested by a prosecutor r and issued by a judge.
A person convicted of domestic violence may face a host of adverse consequences including:
- The loss of the right to own a firearm
- Court-ordered anger management counseling
- Placement on the domestic violence registry (if a Final Restraining Order is issued)
There is a lot at stake, so consult a lawyer immediately about how to fight this charge. If you are facing charges of domestic violence in New Jersey, an experienced domestic violence attorney at Brickfield & Donahue is ready to listen to your case.
Why Hire an Attorney for a Domestic Violence Charge?
Domestic violence cases are often difficult for prosecutors to prove because the sole witness for the prosecution, usually a spouse or significant other, is often reluctant to testify. Although the prosecution can issue a subpoena to compel a witness to testify, prosecutors know that unwilling witnesses are not always compelling.
In addition, domestic violence cases usually come down to a he said/she said dispute. If the alleged victim was under the influence of alcohol, has a history of making false statements, has a criminal record, or is otherwise lacking in credibility for any reason, the prosecution may have difficulty proving their case.
Our Approach in Domestic Violence Cases
Our approach in domestic violence cases is informed by the needs of our clients. This is your case and we are here to protect your interests. In some cases, a husband or wife charged with domestic violence may want to seek a plea agreement that is designed to mitigate any damage to their freedom or their record. In other cases, a client may want to aggressively pursue a case dismissal by extensive pre-trial motions or an acquittal at trial.
Whether you are looking for a discreet resolution to your case or want to take your case to trial, the attorneys at Brickfield & Donahue can help. If you have been charged with domestic violence and need to speak with a lawyer, we encourage you to contact our New Jersey law office.
Serving Bergen County & Throughout New Jersey
Our domestic violence defense attorneys have helped hundreds of clients all across New Jersey, including in Bergen County, Passaic County, Essex County, Hudson County, Morris County, Union County, Middlesex County, Hunterdon County, and surrounding areas.
To contact Brickfield & Donahue, call (201) 574-7919.