The legal process surrounding domestic violence in the State of New Jersey is governed by the New Jersey Prevention of Domestic Violence Act. The act applies to 14 particular acts committed against another person with whom the alleged actor has or had a specific relationship. These acts include homicide, assault, terroristic threats, kidnapping, criminal restraint, false imprisonment, sexual assault, criminal sexual contact, lewdness, criminal mischief, burglary, criminal trespass, harassment or stalking.
Man or woman, whatever the case may be, our law office will take responsibility for representing anyone accused of domestic violence. The following defenses will be explored:
|Self-defense||False allegations||Lack of proof|