Boston Defense Lawyers Handling Domestic Violence Cases
Top Rated Domestic Violence Attorneys
Domestic abuse allegations can destroy your life. You may find yourself legally removed from your home and your family based only on accusations. If you have been charged with a crime of domestic violence, getting help from experienced legal counsel is crucial to improving your chances of a positive legal outcome.
Boston domestic violence attorney David Yannetti and his associates have extensive experience protecting the rights of individuals who have been accused of spousal abuse. As a former prosecutor, attorney Yannetti understands how domestic abuse cases are tried and defended. He will fight hard to ensure that your rights are protected throughout the criminal process.
Dedicated Representation in All Domestic Abuse Matters
The criminal defense lawyers at the Yannetti Criminal Defense Law Firm provide dedicated representation in all domestic abuse matters.
Attorney Yannetti and his legal team will be there for you at every stage of the process. Mr. Yannetti will fight to get all of the charges against you reduced or dismissed. However, if your case is brought to trial, he understands how to mount an effective attack against the prosecution’s evidence. When your reputation and your future are at stake, you need an experienced and skilled legal advocate.
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We are top rated domestic violence lawyers serving Massachusetts, who will provide you with the best representation you can obtain anywhere. With offices in Boston, Salem, and Dedham, we are here to help you. Call us for a FREE phone consult.
Additional Domestic Violence Information
Do you have additional questions about domestic violence cases? If so, call us for a free consult or visit the links below:
- Allegations of domestic violence/abuse
- What to do if falsely accused of domestic violence?
- What happens if convicted of domestic violence?
- New laws increase penalties for domestic violence offenses
- Under new law, domestic violences arrests not initially made public
- How to drop domestic violence charges
- Restraining order violations
- Restraining order FAQs
The Stakes Are Even Higher for Non-Citizens
For non-citizen spouses who wish to divorce but are fearful of being deported to their home country as a result, there is a large potential for abuse of the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”). Simply by claiming to be a victim of domestic violence — even where the allegations are patently false — a non-citizen spouse may put herself or himself on a fast track toward obtaining a green card. In this way, our government has provided an incentive for someone to falsely claim domestic violence — to the detriment of the innocent spouse.
A charge of domestic violence or spousal abuse puts you at risk of having your private life become public information. An experienced criminal defense attorney will be sensitive to all aspects of your case, both inside and outside the courtroom. Your reputation and your future are at stake. If you are not a U.S. citizen, a domestic violence conviction could affect your immigration status and ultimately lead to deportation.
Do you have additional questions about domestic violence and deportation? If so, call us for a free consult or visit the links below:
Seek Skilled Legal Help
A skillful defense lawyer can raise issues that may resolve a case without the necessity of going to trial and without the necessity of admitting to the charge or pleading guilty. The sensitive nature of these cases makes it all the more important that you retain a battle-tested attorney who will fight for you till the end.