Skilled Domestic Violence Defense In Forsyth County
People can find themselves facing domestic violence charges, even if the other person does not want to file charges. Once the police arrive on the scene and see evidence that an assault occurred, they are going to arrest the person they believe caused that assault.
From that point forward, people need to take care to make sure that they do everything necessary to fully defend themselves against domestic violence charges. This includes securing the representation of a skilled and experienced attorney who understands how to build a strong defense for you. It also means complying with the terms that will be part of your bond.
The bond conditions for release on a domestic violence charge can include:
- Not being able to return to a shared home
- No contact with the victim (in person, telephone, email, mail, through third parties or otherwise)
- No possessing firearms
Failure to comply with these terms can cause your bond to be revoked and you would have to return to jail.
More Than 45 Years Of Combined Experience Working In Our Local Courts
At the Forsyth County law firm of Neville & Cunat, LLP, we know what is at stake when domestic violence charges have been filed. Attorney Marc Cunat is dedicated to helping people fight these charges. He has more than 20 years of experience serving in our local courts, both as a prosecutor and defending people against charges. He is a former assistant district attorney for the Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit (Forsyth and Cherokee counties) and Fulton County Public Defender. Mr. Cunat’s record of success has helped him earn an AV Preeminent* rating from Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system.
Domestic Violence Defense Lawyers Serving Alpharetta And The Surrounding Areas
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