What Constitutes Domestic Violence
In Massachusetts, domestic violence charges can stem from a number of situations. Any form of physical abuse can lead to a Domestic Violence charge. If there has been an attempt to harm another or there is fear of imminent physical harm, a Domestic Violence charge can be pursued. Also, forcibly making another engage in sexual activities, either by threat or physical force, is a form of Domestic Violence.
Whenever police respond to a Domestic Violence charge, they will arrest anyone they believe to be the abuser. The matter will be in the hands of the district attorney after this arrest takes place.
What We Can Do For You
Anyone who is in the middle of a Domestic Violence situation should first and foremost secure their safety. Then, seek legal help. Our team will give your situation the attention and compassion necessary to help you get through what is sure to be a difficult time. With our support and representation, you can expect a quick and just resolution. We understand what a difficult time a Domestic Violence experience can be, and how important it is to be able to move forward. For more information on Domestic Violence go to Domestic Violence Help. If you are looking to get out of an abusive relationship and have questions visit Domestic Violence Hotline.
If you are the one facing a Domestic Violence charge or accusation, you have rights and your side deserves to be heard also. We will listen to the facts and give you honest advice and guidance about what kind of outcome to expect.
Regardless of what side of a Domestic Violence situation you find yourself on, you have rights and deserve to know those rights will be protected. Our Firm will give an unbiased evaluation of your case, and do all we can to help. We are dedicated to helping our clients resolve any Domestic Violence situation in the most efficient and fair manner. We give each case the personal attention needed and will be there for ongoing support as the situation evolves. Before you make emotional decisions or try to handle a serious situation on your own, let us see if we can help.
The Attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. (339) 298-2300.