When an individual is arrested for domestic violence, he or she can have many questions about how the arrest will affect them now and in the long term. Consequences of a conviction for domestic violence, abuse or battery can include jail time, the loss of your right to own a firearm, the loss of the right to enter your own home and the loss of the right to see your children.
- Am I going to jail?
- Can the charges be dropped if the other party decides not to press charges?
- Can I talk to the other party and return home while the case is pending?
These questions can weigh heavily on your mind. It is important to speak with an experienced attorney at The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen to get answers to your questions and to get started on your defense. Call today: 407-246-0066 or toll free 888-390-8937.
Work With an Experienced Spousal Abuse Defense Attorney
At The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen, we help clients fight and beat domestic violence charges. Do not assume that your charges will automatically stick or that a conviction is inevitable. The state faces an uphill climb in its goal of proving your guilt. Why?
The majority of domestic violence cases involve very little evidence. Prosecutors can threaten and bluster, but when they work with just a "he said/she said" scenario, your chances of having your charges dismissed can be high if you work with an experienced attorney who knows how to expose the holes in the prosecution's case. We have had hundreds of cases dismissed because we performed the painstaking work of researching case law. Often a legal technicality can lead to a dismissal.
For a no-charge consultation with an experienced domestic violence attorney, email us or call 407-246-0066 or 888-390-8937. Se habla español.
The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen provides free initial consultations, is conveniently located in downtown Orlando across from Lake Eola and offers free parking. Additionally, we accept Visa, American Express, MasterCard and Discover, and we offer flexible payment plans.
Criminal defense lawyer Corey Cohen has worked both as a criminal defense attorney and as a prosecutor, and can provide the experienced, effective legal help you need following domestic violence charges.