In New Jersey, Domestic Violence is defined as any of the following crimes-
- Terroristic Threats
- Criminal Restraint
- False imprisonment
- Criminal Coercion
- Sexual Assault
- Criminal Sexual Contact
- Criminal Mischief
- Criminal Trespass
Occurring between two people in a relationship. A relationship is defined as two people that are:
- Married but separated
- Living together presently or previously lived together
- Dating or previously dated
- Have a child together or are expecting a child together
Domestic Violence charges can also lead to the issuance of a Temporary and Final Restraining Order. Restraining Orders can have a devastating impact on an individuals life. Restraining Orders impact an individual's employment, right to own firearms, and are on a person's record just like a criminal charge.
If charged with a Domestic Violence crime, facing a Restraining Order, or thinking about filing a Restraining Order, contact The Law Offices of Alex Cirocco or call us immediately at 973-327-9995 for your free consultation.
Mr. Cirocco will be with you every step of the way, gather evidence, and fight for you in Court to ensure your freedom and rights are protected.