Being wrongly accused of domestic violence by a spouse or partner will throw your life into turmoil.
You could be facing charges of an act of domestic violence that involves:
Charges of domestic violence will damage your reputation, and affect your access to your children and home. In many cases, false accusations are made to gain an advantage in a divorce or custody battle. As an experienced East Brunswick domestic violence attorney, I have seen many cases in which individuals face serious consequences after being falsely accused of domestic violence.
I am attorney Ryan E. Gilbert, and I serve as counsel for those who are facing false allegations of domestic violence. I have more than 10 years of experience handling both criminal defense and family law and I will immediately move into action for you. I personally handle every case, and I urge you to contact my firm immediately.
If you are convicted of domestic violence, you face the following repercussions:
A conviction can result in jail time, mandated treatments, and being denied access to your children while the case is resolved. You may be facing a restraining order which must be addressed correctly to have it dismissed.
It is illegal for false allegations of domestic violence to be made. Any person found to have done so will be charged as a "disorderly person." When an accusation of domestic violence has been made, even if later the person admits that the accusation was false, only the prosecutor can decide to dismiss the charges.
Contact me today to get immediate legal assistance to defend against a false accusation of domestic violence. The situation must be addressed with the highest level of legal skill. I am very familiar with the process of seeking to prove that allegations of domestic violence are false, and I am prepared to assist you to resolve this serious legal problem.
Set up an initial consultation with the Law Offices of Ryan E. Gilbert, LLC when you call (866) 760-6430. An East Brunswick domestic violence lawyer is ready to help you.