The Importance of Acting Quickly
If you are charged with a domestic violence offense, it is important that you know that there is a possibility for the charges to be dropped. If you act quickly after an arrest to secure sound legal representation, you may be able to be acquitted. It is recommended that you contact my office within the first ten days of your arrest so that the chances of a dismissal are increased. If you act within the first ten days, no charges are filed yet and there is no public record of your arrest or your case so no future employers or anyone else looking into a background check can find that you were charged.
I have developed a proven approach to convince the district attorney’s office to dismiss my client’s cases before they are filed all because of one particular client. Several years ago, I was working with a client who was charged with domestic violence by an ex-spouse. This man was gentle and quiet and through my persistence to seek the truth, I was able to obtain a dismissal of his case approximately three months after it was initially filed. Three months however, was just long enough for the case to have a Public Case and Docket Number attached to it. The gentleman, although dismissed of his charges, was denied a job years later because a potential employee discovered his domestic violence case.
Let My Firm Help You
Since the time of the infamous case described above, I have made it my goal to try to obtain an early dismissal for all my clients. In 2011 alone, I was able to dismiss nearly 40 domestic violence cases alone. If you are facing an arrest and domestic violence charges you can trust your case to my firm. I have 17 years of practice in defending my client’s futures and you can rest assured that I will work hard to defend yours as well. The sooner you act, the more likely you are to have your case dismissed and work toward a brighter future. Do not hesitate a moment longer, contact my firm today to speak with me.