Effective Defense Against Domestic Violence Charges

If you have been charged with domestic violence, you are facing a very serious situation. Domestic violence charges are considered a zero-tolerance charge. Unless you agree to a plea deal, these cases go to trial.

The consequences of a conviction for domestic violence can affect your life for years to come. You owe it to yourself to make sure you have a defense that can help you secure the best possible outcome to your case.

Dealing With The Immediate Impact Of Domestic Violence Charges

Unlike most criminal charges, you can begin to face some very real consequences almost immediately if you have been charged with domestic violence. You may be subject to a restraining order. The conditions of that order can include:

  • No contact with your accuser (By phone, email, mail, through a third party or by any other means)
  • No returning home
  • Loss of child custody
  • No alcohol/drugs
  • Surrender of firearms

What many people do not realize is how important it is that they follow the conditions of their restraining order. Violating those conditions is a crime itself. Many people find themselves facing multiple charges due to violating those conditions.

We can help you navigate the terms of your restraining order while we build a strong defense for you.

Defense From A Former Boston Prosecutor

At the offices of Attorney John B. Seed, our firm knows the damage domestic violence charges can cause to a person’s life. From the disruption of the home life to the potential damage they can cause to your reputation, you need to take action to protect yourself. We can help you protect your rights and your future against domestic violence charges.

Attorney John B. Seed formerly served as a Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney who supervised the Brighton District Court. His extensive experience on the other side of the courtroom has taught him how to look at his clients’ cases from the point of view of a prosecutor. This helps him build cases that are well-prepared for the case that will be presented against you.

Boston Domestic Violence Charges Lawyer Serving All Of Eastern Massachusetts

Do not let domestic violence charges control your future and destroy your reputation, turn to Attorney John B. Seed. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 508-817-3194 or contact us online.

We have offices in Brighton and New Bedford to make our services more accessible.

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Criminal Defense – Bristol County

He is courteous, hard working, quick thinking and a straight shooter. If you ever find yourself in need of a criminal attorney, do not hesitate to hire John! You will not be disappointed.

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