Domestic violence accusations are the start of a chain of events that might make your life very difficult. If your spouse or live-in significant other accuses you of domestic violence, you might not even be able to return home. We know that you probably didn't plan for this to happen. You might not have an alternative place to go; however, you must comply with any court orders issued in the case or you risk facing even more legal trouble.
One of the biggest issues that many people accused of domestic violence has is that the case might revolve around circumstantial evidence and he-said-she-said statements. These can make it difficult to come up with a solid defense strategy. This doesn't mean that you should just give up on your case. Instead, you need to get to work right away so that you have ample time to work on finding a defense strategy you are comfortable with and finding a way to put your plan into action.
We understand that you probably need to ask some questions about the case and the possibilities. We can get you the answers you seek so that you have a good understanding of what is going on. We don't want you to make decisions based on incorrect facts or assumptions that don't have any part in these cases.
When your family is at stake, which might be the case if there are children involved, you can't afford to waste time. Don't think that these charges will just go away. You will have to work on your defense and get ready to face them head on.