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Skilled, Strategic Defense Against Serious Domestic Violence Charges

A domestic violence arrest and conviction can lead to trouble. It can have a lasting effect on many aspects of your life. You may be kicked out of your home, labeled by society as an abuser, not allowed to see your children and even see career opportunities dry up. If arrested on a domestic violence charge, it is critical to get legal advice as soon as possible.

Weinstock Levin of Atlantic City, New Jersey, has the knowledge and experience you need. We will represent you to the best of our abilities. We’ve worked with many clients accused of domestic violence and answered many questions. Here is a list of frequently asked questions pertaining to domestic violence:

Understanding Domestic Violence Charges And Potential Consequences If Convicted

Domestic violence is aggressive behavior that involves abuse of a spouse, partner or someone else at home. There are many types of domestic violence, including physical, sexual, psychological, emotional and financial.

A conviction may lead to fines, anger management classes and counseling as well as a jail or prison sentence. But an arrest and conviction can have a much broader effect on your life, too. Your reputation will suffer and the outside world may brand you as a spouse beater. And if you have children, a conviction could affect custody arrangements and how and whether you can visit them.

What Is A Restraining Order?

A restraining order is a court order designed to protect a victim of domestic violence. The victim obtains a restraining order against the person accused of abusing him or her. It prevents the alleged abuser from contacting the victim.

Discuss Your Case With An Attorney Today

Located in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Weinstock Levin provides experienced defense against a wide range of criminal charges, including domestic violence. To take advantage of a free initial consultation about your case, call us at 609-318-3932 or toll free at 800-549-7594. You can also reach us via email.