Dealing with Union County domestic violence charges is never fun. In fact, it can be downright infuriating. Not only is there an incredible amount of emotion that goes into anything dealing with domestic violence but many individuals often feel like their side of the story won't even be heard. That is simply not the case and a major reason why you should get in touch with an experienced attorney if you are facing this charge. The Law Offices of Thomas Carroll Blauvelt can help you fight these charges.
A Bergen County domestic violence charge is one that you never want to handle alone. Not only can your emotions get in the way of your defense but the legal system surrounding this type of charge can get confusing, fast. Domestic violence can take many forms and does not need to be physical to rise to the level of a major charge with serious consequences. Working with an experienced Bergen domestic violence attorney can help to reduce or eliminate the charges against you. The Law Offices of Thomas Carroll Blauvelt, LLC can help.
Let's start with this very simple truth that many people quickly forget when facing the Somerset criminal justice system: just because you are charged with domestic violence does not mean you will be convicted of it. So with that in mind, take a deep breath and keep reading. At the Law Offices of Thomas Carroll Blauvelt, we are here to help fight the domestic violence charges against you and allow you to begin living your life again. A domestic violence conviction can have a major impact on your life and those of your loved ones.
At the Law Offices of Thomas Carroll Blauvelt, I have the experience you want fighting your New Jersey DWI and Refusal charge. I have personally had hundreds of New Jersey DWI cases dismissed and will work hard to get you similar positive results! My past legal work experience includes positions as a New Jersey Municipal Prosecutor and New Jersey Public Defender. What all this experience means is that I know both sides of the DWI law and can easily anticipate the arguments opposing counsel will make in your case.