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Domestic Violence

We have successfully defended our clients against thousands of Criminal, DWI, and Municipal Court charges throughout Hudson County and New Jersey.

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Defending Clients Against Restraining Orders

If you have been arrested for domestic assault or served with a restraining order in Hudson County New Jersey, you could be facing serious penalties. Aside from exposure to jail and a criminal record, under the Domestic Violence Act, the court can forbid you from entering your own home, having any communication with your children and has the power to permanently confiscate your legally owned firearms. The Proetta & Oliver is a Hudson County law firm that defends clients accused of domestic violence toward spouses, partners and others. We have the experience to ensure that you are properly represented throughout the entire process and not wrongly convicted contrary to the evidence. Our defense firm can help you with any domestic violence issue including:

Domestic Violence Criminal Charges & Penalties

In New Jersey, there are two ways the legal system deals with domestic violence allegations. First, you can be charged with crime of violence and prosecuted at the municipal court for disorderly persons offense or if it is an indictable offense, the County Prosecutor’s Office will handle it in Superior Court, Criminal Division. Secondly, the “victim” or person accusing you of the domestic violence may seek a permanent restraining order against you in the Superior Court, Family Division. A restraining order is a civil action that once put in place is permanent, and is enforced with further criminal charges if it is broken. Therefore, if you are convicted of a domestic assault charge or a restraining order violation, you could go to jail, and you may be permanently banned from owning or possessing firearms

Secaucus NJ Restraining Order Attorneys · (201) 793-8018

Our firm defends clients against both criminal charges and restraining orders. A defense attorney will explain your options, analyze the case against you and put together an aggressive defense to get you the best outcome available under the law. Whether you are facing criminal charges or if someone has a filed a restraining order against you, it is in your interests to contact a restraining order lawyer as soon as possible. If you would like a free consultation with an experienced domestic violence attorney, then contact our Jersey City Office today at (201) 793-8018 or email us.