Domestic Violence

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Domestic Violence

What is domestic violence?

Domestic violence is violence committed by someone in the victim’s domestic circle. This includes partners and ex-partners, immediate family members, other relatives and family friends.

The term ‘domestic violence’ is used when there is a close relationship between the offender and the victim. There is usually a power gap between them. The victim is dependent on the offender. Domestic violence can take the form of physical, sexual or psychological abuse.

-Which are the forms of domestic violence?
*Child abuse
*Senior abuse
*Honour-based violence such as honour killings, female genital mutilation (‘female circumcision’) and forced marriage
All forms of abuse by an intimate partner or former intimate partner, including psychological abuse and stalking

Should you hire a lawyer for a domestic violence case?

Many clients wonder if they should hire an lawyer to represent them in their domestic violence case. Often, the victim may not want to “press charges,” so it may seem like the situation is not that serious. A conviction for a domestic violence case has a lot of severe consequences that can have a lasting impact on your reputation and ability to seek employment. An experienced domestic violence lawyer can help minimize the consequences of an arrest and obtain the most favorable resolution. Also, domestic violence cases can take a significant amount of time to resolve, and often having an attorney working on your side can help make the process go more quickly.

Building your defense case

An attorney can rapidly obtain discovery materials from the state’s attorney, which include police reports and witness statements. This foundational information is the key to forming your defense strategy. Often, additional information such as emergency calls, police bodycam footage, and video surveillance may exist, which must be preserved by filing an immediate motion with the court. It is not uncommon for police reports to contain errors, exaggerated information, and outright false information. In some cases, we work with our private investigator to take recorded statements from witnesses to set the record straight.

Representing you in court

A courtroom is an unfamiliar, fast-moving environment. Having a trusted and experienced advocate to advocate on your behalf can make a significant difference. Many people accused of crimes do not understand that since everything they say can be used against them it puts them in a horrible position when they have to speak on their own behalf in court. Many self- represented individuals make the mistake of making comments in court, which are self-incriminating.

Our Working Process

1. Planning The Case

Planning the best strategy and gathering information and details

2. Evaluate Situation

Provide you with the goods and risks of taking this case

3. File The Case To The Court

Send files to the court , with the best possability to win

Questions You May Wonder?

With the worldwide pandemic, a number of industries have been negatively impacted, both in the short term and the long term.

Do you charge for a consultation?

In Rechtssitz, we never charge for an initial consultation. At the free initial consultation, we will discuss the details of your potential case, the legal process and answer any questions you may have.

Home is not a safe place for me. What can I do?

If you are experiencing violence, it may be helpful to reach out to family, friends and neighbors, to seek support from a hotline or, if safe, from online service for survivors of violence. Find out if local services are open and reach out to them if available.

I need medical attention because of violence. Who can help me and where should I go?

If you need urgent medical attention, call for an ambulance or contact your country’s emergency health services. If you need any other support, contact a specialized service if available or a health provider.

How will I be kept informed of my case?

We know that you have a busy schedule and yet want to stay informed on your case proceedings. We will keep you informed as to any important updates in your case so that you are well up-to-date but not overwhelmed. We are here to support you and take some stress away by keeping track of all of the detailed proceedings in your case.

What are your business hours?

Our office hours are Monday to Friday, 9am – 7pm. However, we’re committed to returning calls within 24 hours or less, so please feel free to contact us outside of these hours and we’ll get back to you. For more information on our legal services or how we can help you, please call free on 0800 689 1700 and we’ll be happy to discuss your requirements in more detail. Alternatively, you can email us at: and one of our team will call you back.

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