Whether you allowed your emotions to take over and have made threats or attempts to physically harm another person, or a bystander to your argument called the police unnecessarily, you will most likely be arrested for domestic violence. New Jersey law requires police to make an arrest when they are called to any domestic disturbance. Fighting these charges also involves fighting an automatic negative bias against you, and it is vital to retain a skilled, experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney to defend you.
At Sutnick & Sutnick Attorneys At Law, our attorneys have experience handling domestic violence and domestic abuse cases, which has equipped us with the skills to provide the zealous legal representation you need. From start to finish, we examine the circumstances of your arrest, talk to witnesses and build an effective defense that may help you secure the optimal result in your domestic violence case.
In New Jersey, domestic violence is defined as any act or threatened act of violence upon someone with whom the accused has had an intimate relationship. This means individuals do not have to be married in order to be charged with domestic violence. Parents, step-parents, roommates, partners or anyone residing in the same household can be accused of domestic violence crimes. The following acts are considered domestic violence in New Jersey:
Our attorneys vigorously represent clients in court, fighting hard to get your charges dropped or reduced.
Clients charged with domestic violence face serious consequences:
At Sutnick & Sutnick Attorneys At Law, we can guide you through the necessary steps to protect yourself and keep the situation from getting worse.
When you have been charged with domestic violence in New Jersey, choose a criminal defense attorney with the experience and dedication to make a difference. Call 201-957-0748 or contact us online to schedule a case evaluation. With offices conveniently located in Hackensack, Sutnick & Sutnick Attorneys At Law stands ready to fight for you in your domestic violence case.