NJ Domestic Violence Lawyers
New Jersey Domestic Violence Attorney Helps Clients Contest Criminal Charges and Restraining Orders
When a family member has been charged with an act of domestic violence in New Jersey, the police will normally obtain a temporary restraining order against the person who committed the violent act. Within a short time period, the court will schedule a hearing to determine whether a permanent restraining order will be issued.
In New Jersey, the judge in a domestic violence case will decide whether an act of domestic violence occurred and whether future acts are likely. If the restraining order is granted it is permanent and bars and contact in the future.
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Domestic violence charges in New Jersey can be very serious and have long term consequences. Please feel free to call Jon Bramnick or any of our experienced trial lawyers to handle the case at: (908) 322-7000.