Worcester Domestic Abuse Attorney
Criminal Defense For Domestic Abuse Charges And C.209A Massachusetts Restraining Orders
In Massachusetts, the police take domestic assault allegations seriously. If they are called to a residence, odds are that someone will be arrested and charged with the crime of domestic assault and battery — even if the person who called the police does not want to press charges or has changed his or her mind. If you have been charged with domestic abuse or with violation of a restraining order, contact Gregory Casale, Attorney At Law, immediately. You need a strong legal advocate on your side to protect your rights. If the other person is going to file for a restraining order, you will quickly need to defend yourself in court. Dial our local number at 508.752.7500 or our toll free number at 877.752.7501!
Defense lawyer Gregory Casale, has more than 10 years of criminal defense experience in Massachusetts criminal courts. He has built a solid reputation for aggressive and ethical defense against domestic violence charges and has proven he is willing to go the distance to fight for his clients.
Get The Facts Before You Have More Trouble
A no-contact order is almost always issued after a domestic abuse charge. The police will also assist the alleged victim in getting a restraining order against you (c.209A order). A temporary restraining order is almost always issued if it is requested, and you will be required to leave your home (even if you own the home) and to stay up to 100 yards away from every location where the “victim” may be (even a shared workplace). Your order will list exactly the things you are “restrained” from doing, so read it carefully. Violating a restraining order will make your situation much worse, so it’s important to understand all the things you can and cannot do while the restraining order is in place. You may not be able to call the victim. You may not be able to stop by to pick up mail. You don’t want to be facing charges of violating a restraining order or stalking. Attorney Casale can explain how a restraining order will affect your daily life. You can bring a defense lawyer to the hearing that makes a restraining order permanent. This will occur fairly quick after the temporary order is approved so it’s best to get a lawyer on your domestic abuse case as soon as possible, begin building your defense.
Call Today For A Free Domestic Abuse Case Consultation In Worcester!
If you have been arrested on domestic abuse charges such as domestic assault and battery, spousal abuse, assault with a dangerous or deadly weapon, stalking or harassment, contact our Massachusetts law office for free consultation with criminal defense attorney Gregory Casale. Call 508.752.7500 or toll-free 877.752.7501
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