Domestic violence allegations can pertain to threatening or violent crimes committed upon spouses, parents, children, and/or other household members. Sentences for a domestic violence crime in New York can vary greatly and may result in court orders of protection during and beyond the case. Due to the close relations of the parties involved in domestic violence cases, some of these situations can stem from strong emotions, baseless allegations, and the unnecessary blame of uninvolved people.
At our firm, Dalbir Singh & Associates P.C., we understand how sensitive domestic violence cases can be. If you are accused of domestic violence, you may feel as though your character and reputation are being attacked, especially if this allegation is entirely unwarranted. Our dedicated lawyers are well-versed in family law and can bring multiple defense angles to even the toughest domestic situations. We have the experience to protect your legal rights in court and we do our best to help you avoid lasting repercussions.
Domestic violence refers to an offense that was allegedly perpetrated against a current or former romantic partner (or someone the accused shared a residence with). This includes violent incidents, as well as activity that can be interpreted as threatening.
A criminal domestic violence charge can be devastating and may leave lasting emotional effects on your family. In order to avoid any further damages, it is in your best interest to seek capable counsel that can help you regain control of the situation. At our firm, Dalbir Singh & Associates P.C., we understand that the stakes are high, and we diligently seek favorable results both in and out of the courtroom.
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