Delaware domestic violence cases can carry serious consequences: Potential jail-time, supervised probation, no-contact orders with family members and the household, and the loss of the Constitutional right to own or possess firearms and all other deadly weapons. Frequently, once police are called and an arrest is made, the case will proceed as the State sees fit, regardless of the wishes of family members. In this situation, it is important to have an attorney who has the experience and skill to represent you if you have been charged with a crime of domestic violence. I am experienced in all domestic violence cases, whether it is a misdemeanor or felony charge:
As an experienced criminal trial attorney, I am keenly aware of how to successfully represent you if you are charged with allegations of domestic violence.