Boston Domestic Violence Attorney

Defending Those Accused of Domestic Violence in Boston

Much like many other states, Massachusetts law enforcement tends to pursue domestic violence cases swiftly and severely. Individuals charged with domestic violence often face an uphill battle in proving their innocence. Many domestic violence cases start from false accusations made during an altered mental state. These false criminal allegations can lead to a criminal conviction and a damaged reputation for years to come.

At Gens & Stanton, P.C., our Boston domestic violence defense attorneys are dedicated to giving you the legal representation that you need. By combining our years of experience and understanding of Massachusetts laws, our team can help you understand your legal options and fight to defend your rights. Protect your future by contacting our Boston defense attorneys to build a strategic defense for your case today.

Contact our team of Boston domestic violence attorneys today at (617) 206-4675 to find out how we can help you. Our commitment to defending our clients' best interests is absolute!

Domestic Violence Charges in Massachusetts 

When an individual is accused of abusing a member of their household, either physically or emotionally, they may be charged with domestic violence. When you have been charged with domestic violence, it is important that you get a hold of our legal team to learn what your options are.

What Constitutes Domestic Violence in Massachusetts?

You can be charged with domestic violence if you have used intimidation or threatened physical or emotional abuse against another person. Even if you did not physically touch the victim these is a chance that criminal accusations can be made. Our team is ready to build a strong defense to avoid penalties.

An individual can be charged with domestic violence when violence is committed against:

  • A current or former spouse
  • Someone who they are/were living with
  • Relatives by blood or marriage
  • Someone who they share a child with
  • An individual who they have had a "substantive dating or engagement relationship" with

Fighting for Your Future in Boston

Having a domestic violence conviction on your criminal record in Boston can greatly impact your life. Your ability to obtain a municipal job can be negatively affected, and you will not be able to work with children or hold a position where you are around weapons.

Furthermore, a charge of domestic violence on your record can seriously impact your chances in a child custody hearing. No matter what your situation is, calling in a domestic violence attorney in Boston to defend you can significantly improve your outlook.

Contact Gens & Stanton, P.C. today at (617) 206-4675 to request a free consultation and learn how we can help.