Thursday, 9 April 2015

Is Domestic Violence a Felony?

Domestic violence is a broad term and can usually constitute violence between husband and wife, siblings, parents and children or same-sex partners.

Domestic violence can be considered a felony when:

  • A victim sustains serious injuries as a result of violence
  • Violence results in death of the victim
  • Violence committed on a minor or pregnant woman causes injuries
  • An act of violence or threat is done with use of a weapon
  • An act involves sexual assault or rape or forced sexual abuse
  • There is a history of domestic violence convictions

Contact Domestic Violence Lawyer in New Jersey

If you have been accused of domestic violence, then you should speak with a New Jersey domestic violence attorney at The Law Offices of Joel Silberman, LLC.
To contact The Law Offices of Joel Silberman, LLC, call (800) 889-3129 or email visit our website
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