Protecting Your Rights After Domestic Violence Charges
Domestic violence can be a serious problem between men and women. Violence can occur between husbands and wives, girlfriends and boyfriends, parents and children, and other people who have a domestic relationship. However, because of the severity and the immediate response victims of domestic abuse receive, some people falsely accuse others of violence or they exaggerate the truth to manipulate another matter.
Whether you were falsely accused, or if your anger got the best of you for a period of time, it is important to work with lawyers who are experienced in handling domestic violence cases and will work to prevent a momentary mistake from damaging your future.
At Miller & Bartnicki, P.C., we have over 50 years of experience protecting the rights of individuals in Michigan. We understand that good people make mistakes, and we are committed to protecting your rights and your future.
Understanding Your Legal Options
If you are facing charges for domestic violence, it is important to know that you have options. If this is the first time you have been arrested for domestic violence, you may be able to get your case dismissed after probation. Although you would still be required to receive counseling, once you are finished, the charges would not stay on your record.
If the allegations against you are obviously false, we can help you win the case in trial. When stories are made up, the facts do not line up correctly. We examine the alleged facts and fully investigate to uncover inconsistencies and other credibility issues. We aggressively work to protect your reputation.
Domestic violence charges are always serious. Contact our Plymouth office by email or call us at 743-259-2046 immediately if you have been arrested to learn about the options you may have with these charges.