New Jersey Restraining Order Lawyer
RESTRAINING ORDERS ARE SERIOUS. WE ARE SERIOUS LITIGATORS
Jersey City-New Jersey Domestic Violence Lawyer Santo V. Artusa, Jr., Esq knows the importance of handling domestic violence cases in New Jersey Superior and in Municipal Courts throughout New Jersey. Some of the courts we represent clients in include: Hudson County, Essex County, Bergen County, Jersey City, Bayonne, Hackensack and beyond. Domestic Violence charges such as simple assault, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, theft, harassment, criminal mischief and other domestic violence related charges must be handled with great care as it can affect a person's life in many ways. It is important to know that we have successfully represented many clients in New Jersey that face domestic violence charges and that experience can only help you with the legal issues you face.
A person that is convicted of a domestic violence related crime or is issued a final restraining order in New Jersey can be restricted from obtaining certain employment, the ability to carry a weapon, can affect your immigration status, can lead to deportation and a whole other list of adverse affects on your life, you must act swiftly and intelligently. If you are in this situation and understand the potential ramifications, contact our legal team immediately on 973-337-9643. We will be able to discuss some of the issues in your case over the phone but most likely will need to meet you in person to fully evaluate your case and determine if we will accept your case and that you can afford our legal fees.
While our office is located in Jersey City, New Jersey, our legal team represents individuals in domestic violence cases, divorces and other related matters in Superior Court (Criminal and/or Family) and Municipal Court. The Artusa Law Firm team has been successful in mitigating legal issues and having cases dismissed for clients facing serious charges. It is important to know that while a Judge may find a person guilty of committing certain acts which is considered domestic violence, that does not mean a final restraining order is needed or must be issued.When an individual faces charges of this magnitude, it is imperative to contact an experienced family law and criminal law attorney.
To begin protecting your legal rights and future, contact the Artusa Law Firm team on 973-337-9643 today for a confidential appointment in our Journal Square-Jersey City Office.