Passaic County NJ Domestic Violence Lawyer
Restraining Order Attorney with Offices in Totowa, New Jersey
The New Jersey State Legislature passed the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act of 1991 to help police and prosecutors convict those who are guilty of domestic abuse. While the intent behind the law is well-meaning, problems arise when the laws designed to protect victims of domestic violence are interpreted too broadly.
Alissa D. Hascup is a criminal defense lawyer who understands the nuances that differentiate a true act of domestic violence from a heated argument between domestic partners that may have gotten out of hand. She knows how to bring these facts to life in your defense so that false accusations do not result in a trip to jail and a criminal conviction that has a lifetime worth of consequences. To learn more about how to fight the domestic violence charges you may be facing, contact Alissa D. Hascup for a free consultation.
Domestic Violence Lawyer in Denville NJ
Ms. Hascup provides aggressive criminal defense representation for residents of Passaic County, Morris County, and throughout New Jersey who face any of a wide range of domestic abuse charges, including:
- Restraining orders
- Homicide, assault and threat crimes
- Kidnapping and related offenses
- Sexual offenses
- Offenses against family
- Weapons offenses
Domestic abuse crimes are among the most aggressively prosecuted crimes in New Jersey. They are serious charges that require equally serious and aggressive legal representation. Ms. Hascup’s priority is to attack the state’s case to get you the best possible outcome.
Contact a Morris County NJ Domestic Abuse Lawyer Today
Ms. Hascup has successfully handled countless cases in New Jersey in Superior Court and Municipal Court. She is a former Morris County Assistant Prosecutor and has successfully prosecuted numerous domestic violence cases, ranging from attempted murder to aggravated assault.
She knows what it takes to prove these charges. As a result, she is highly skilled at picking apart the State’s case to provide effective criminal defense. She offers a free consultation in which she can review the facts of your case and answer your questions. Contact her at 862-257-1200 without delay.