Unraveling Connecticut Domestic Violence Charges
If you’ve been charged with a Connecticut domestic violence crime, you should already know that Connecticut takes these cases very seriously. The Connecticut criminal defense law firm that you choose can make the difference between you having no record of your arrest, or having a conviction. Learn about the family violence education program. Your defense can also be the difference between you being subject to a protective order or there being none at all.
Your Connecticut domestic violence arrest for breach of peace, threatening, harassment, assault, stalking, strangulation or risk of injury to a minor undoubtedly has you worried about your relationships with family or your children. You’re probably also worried about your job and your reputation. How do you get back on track and living the life that you once had?
The Maddox Law Firm, has nearly 40 years of combined legal experience defending Connecticut domestic violence cases. We utilize our skill, reputation and relentless advocacy to help people charged with Connecticut domestic violence cases ride out the storm in safety and move on with their lives. We do this by mastering all of the evidence in your case and never tiring in our fight for you. And, we capitalize upon our experience, knowledge and reputation in order to obtain the best possible resolution for you. Remember that you always have a right to a trial and force the state to prove charges against you beyond a reasonable doubt.
We are trial lawyers, and we have the depth of experience and skill to defend you at trial, which also means that we have the influence to win the result that you need even before trial.
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Contact us for more information on the representation that The Maddox Law Firm provides to clients in Stamford, Norwalk, Darien, New Canaan, Greenwich, Bridgeport and throughout southwest Connecticut. Call us 24/7 at 203-587-7724 or send our firm an email to schedule a case review.
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