With the NFL season finally over, commentators across the country are discussing the happenings of preceding year. While the exciting finish to the Super Bowl is a common topic, the evolution of the NFL's treatment of domestic violence offenders has a more wide reaching effect. It is abundantly clear that a slap on the wrist will no longer be an acceptable punishment for an NFL player convicted of domestic violence charges.
Meanwhile, the remaining 99 percent of us know well the strict punishment possible for domestic violence in state courts. While the NFL may have taken some time to catch up, Upper Marlboro courts have long been applying serious penalties to those charged with domestic violence. Given these stakes, it is absolutely vital that the accused secure a criminal defense.
Prosecutors and judges can and will impose significant monetary and jail penalties when one is convicted of domestic violence. The resulting damage to your reputation and family situation may be irreparable.
The law offices of Thomas C. Mooney, however, specialize in helping the accused defend themselves against such results. These experienced criminal defense lawyers will investigate all allegations of bodily injury and make sure the entire story is understood.
From there, Mooney and his team will aggressively defend against the charges and the projected penalties with an arsenal of experience. Whether it is a legal challenge to the procedure or a factual defense concerning the magnitude of the charge, our firm will ensure the best possible defense is presented. If you have been charged with a domestic crime and have questions about what is next, the law offices of Thomas C. Mooney could help you navigate the criminal defense process.