Experienced Newark Defense Attorneys Who Will Protect Your Rights
While all crimes are taken seriously in the State of New Jersey, there are exceptionally severe penalties in place for crimes involving domestic violence. Being charged with a criminal offense as a result of a domestic violence or other related incident means that you may face permanent removal from your home, jail time, hefty fines and financial obligations, and exposure to a number of other collateral consequences.
If you have pending criminal charges as a result of your involvement in a domestic violence or other related incident, it is imperative that you contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer who will protect your rights and put you in a position to achieve the best possible outcome. The criminal defense team at The Tormey Law Firm, LLC aggressively defends clients throughout New Jersey who face serious criminal charges, including domestic violence charges.
We are ready to fight for you. Contact our firm now and let us stand up for your rights against the criminal charges you are facing.
Our criminal defense attorneys have successfully handled thousands of cases in New Jersey in Superior Court (indictable/felony level offenses), as well as Municipal Court (disorderly persons/misdemeanor level offenses). While we can often use our negotiation skills to bring many of our cases to an efficient and successful resolution before trial, we are battle-tested lawyers who have the experience and knowledge to take any case to trial if necessary.
Hackensack Domestic Assault Attorneys
If you or a loved one has been charged with a domestic violence offense in New Jersey, you may face proceedings in two separate courts. A person who makes allegations of domestic violence can seek a temporary restraining order (TRO) in Family Court. If the State decides to file criminal charges, you will be prosecuted in the Criminal Court.
These are two separate and distinct proceedings. It is possible to have the criminal charge dismissed but a final restraining order (FRO) issued and vice versa. Also, a violation of a TRO or FRO can result in an additional criminal charge for Contempt of Court.
We understand the nuances that differentiate a true act of domestic violence from a heated argument between domestic partners that may have gotten out of hand. We know how to bring these facts to life in your defense.
Schedule A Free Consultation Today
If you need a highly skilled and highly motivated Newark domestic violence defense attorney, make the call to The Tormey Law Firm, LLC today at 201-556-1573 or toll free at 800-292-8815, or e-mail us to schedule a free initial consultation. We will review the facts of your case and recommend the best steps to take to protect your rights and your future.
We have offices in Newark and Paramus, and we serve clients throughout New Jersey, including residents of Newark, Paterson, Hackensack, Jersey City and Elizabeth. We can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We offer night and weekend appointments, as well as payment options.