Wisconsin law doesn’t differentiate between domestic crimes and regular crimes. If you are facing domestic violence charges, your case is not hopeless. At Tracey Wood & Associates, we fight to get the most positive resolution in all cases for all of our clients.
In domestic violence cases, your best defense is having a strong advocate in your corner. A good attorney listens to your side of the story, investigates all angles, and helps you plan the best way to fight for your rights and reputation. Common defenses to domestic violence charges include:
Charge: Felony and misdemeanor domestic charges
Tracey Wood and Associates pushed for the jury to hear more evidence in a felony and misdemeanor domestic violence case.
Result: Charges reduced
Charge: Domestic abuse
Tracey Wood & Associates argued for a case to be reopened and amended, thus allowing the client to regain firearms and hunting privileges. They were successful after another attorney had failed.
Result: Charge reduced to non-criminal disposition
Charge: Domestic Abuse Injunction Violation
The client wrote a letter to the victim, not realizing that act violated a restraining order. Tracey Wood & Associates achieved a not guilty verdict in the case.
Result: Not Guilty
Domestic abuse charges can be serious, but we believe no case is lost. At Tracey Wood & Associates, we believe our clients. Contact us today to discuss your case and start planning your defense.
“Not Guilty” - A Guide for Defending Criminal Cases
By Tracey Wood