Domestic violence can involve a variety of crimes committed against a person with whom you share a home, are in a close relationship with or have a romantic relationship with. Although this often involves physical abuse, it may also involve threats which put the victim's safety in danger. If you are convicted of domestic violence, you will likely be forced to stay away from the alleged victim and you may be prevented from seeing your children.
Have you been arrested for domestic violence as a result of an altercation or bystander's call to the police? There are many situations which can lead to accusations of domestic violence, many of which are taken out of context.
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As soon as you have been arrested or if you believe you are being investigated, it is essential that you seek legal representation. With years of experience in the field of criminal defense, our firm is qualified to investigate your case, gather evidence, and build a defense strategy on your behalf. We do not back down and are not afraid to advocate for you against the prosecution.
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At the Law Office of John N. Elliott, our Troy criminal defense lawyer is dedicated to standing up for the rights of our clients and fighting for your freedom. We understand exactly how much is at risk after you have been accused of a crime of this nature, including jail time, a criminal record, and a restraining order against you.