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A domestic violence charge does not necessarily mean conviction

On Behalf of | Jan 11, 2018 | Domestic Violence |

Judges in New York and throughout the nation hear cases all the time that result in acquittals. In fact, some cases are dismissed before ever going to trial due to lack of evidence or because a particular defendant’s rights were violated in the arrest process. There are also situations were false accusations are made, such as in incidents of alleged domestic violence. An experienced defense attorney knows just what to do to bring such matters to light in court.

Domestic violence definitely exists and is a problem in many households. Anyone suffering abuse is advised to seek immediate safe shelter and assistance. However, there’s another prevalent problem in this state and others that is not often talked about, and that is that many people charged with domestic violence are innocent.

No matter what type of criminal offense you are accused of, in the United States you are guaranteed the right to seek criminal defense assistance before your case is adjudicated. Often, the type of defense you present in court directly impacts the outcome of your situation. When acting alongside an experienced defense attorney, your chances for avoiding conviction or at least mitigating your circumstances are greatly increased.

Domestic violence charges can negatively affect your personal and professional life. When your reputation and freedom are on the line, you undoubtedly want to access any and all options available to protect your rights and fight the charges against you. The Law Offices of Joseph J. Tock in New York are fully equipped to assist you as you go up against prosecutors who have charged you with breaking the law. By requesting a consultation, you can take the first steps toward rectifying your situation.


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