Charged For Domestic Violence?

Written by:Julian Stroleny PortraitJulian Stroleny
Angry Man Sitting With His Back Towards A Woman

If you have been accused of domestic violence in Miami, you understand how quickly a small conversation with the police can turn into a life-changing event. Our clients frequently tell us they thought they would explain a misunderstanding to a police officer, only to find themselves in handcuffs minutes later. If you have been arrested for domestic violence in Miami, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent your interests and obtain the best possible results in your case. Our criminal defense attorney, has represented hundreds of clients accused of domestic violence and is prepared to get you the best outcome when you need it the most.

Mr. Stroleny, Esq. started his career as a Miami Dade prosecutor, where he prosecuted individuals charged with battery and other violent crimes. Over a decade later, Mr. Stroleny, Esq. uses his experience within the justice system to vigorously defend those accused of domestic violence and other crimes. While similar results cannot be guaranteed, clients of Mr. Stroleny, Esq. rarely plead guilty to domestic violence charges and the great majority of his cases result in the charges being dismissed.

If your friend or family member has recently been arrested for domestic violence, you will be unable to bond them out of jail until they have a hearing before a judge. This hearing is usually done within 12 hours but could take as long as 24 hours after the arrest. At that hearing, the judge will enter a stay-away order from the victim and set the bond of the defendant, based on the facts of the case and the defendant’s prior contacts with the criminal justice system. Once their bond has been set, they can have their bond posted, and they should be released within 4-10 hours.

After their release from jail, they should immediately meet with their domestic violence attorney to discuss strategy and, more importantly, how to not violate the conditions of their release. While they have been released from jail, if they violate any of the judge’s orders, they can be taken back into custody. This will reflect poorly on their criminal case and could result in their detention pending the resolution of the case. For these reasons, it’s important for the defendant to have a frank and serious discussion with their criminal defense attorney.

If you have more questions about what to do after a domestic violence arrest, or if you would like to schedule a free consultation, call our office now and speak with Mr. Stroleny, Esq. When you contact our office, your information will be kept confidential, and you will be treated with the respect you deserve.

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