What do I do After Being Charged With Domestic Violence in New Jersey?

We are currently living in uncertain times, and many courts across the state of New Jersey have closed for all non-essential legal matters in an effort to slow the spread of the new Coronavirus. This can impact people in a variety of ways who are dealing with criminal law matters. However, it is important to know that courts are still open for serious cases, such as matters of domestic violence. If you are facing a domestic violence accusation and a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) was issued against you, it is important to know how to proceed in these trying times. 

Being accused of domestic violence can impact your life in many ways, as it can result with a criminal record. This can prevent you from getting or keeping a job, living in certain areas, and much more. It is because of this that, if you are facing these accusations and a TRO, or have violated the terms of a TRO, you must retain the services of an experienced and aggressive New Jersey criminal defense attorney for assistance. Our firm can review the charges against you to find the best method of defense to either have your charges mitigated or even dropped. With your future and freedom at risk, it is important to not settle for anything less than the best defense. 

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If you are facing criminal charges in New Jersey, you need strong legal defense. Contact the Law Office of Carl Spector for dedicated representation. With over 30 years of experience as both a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, he offers a unique perspective on how both sides think, and how to best approach each aspect of the case. When your future is on the line, don’t settle for less than the best possible legal representation. Contact an experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney who will aggressively fight for you. Call today for a free confidential consultation. Let our experience work for you.