The Queens attorneys with Zelenitz, Shapiro & D\'Agostino discuss the penalties you may face for aggravated criminal contempt.
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If you are looking for a attorney to handle an aggravated criminal contempt case then you are in good hands. Under this law, a person is said to be guilty, when he or she violates the duly served order of protection, or any other order of which the defendant has knowledge as it was served in his or her presence in a court of law, by inflicting physical injury or serious physical injury on the person for whose protection the order was issued.
Aggravated criminal contempt is a class D felony crime in Queens. It's viewed as the most significant criminal case that any legal representative will take to defend against the state or New York city. So what's the penalty for aggravated criminal contempt in Queens? As a D felony you could end up spending from twenty seven months to seven years in prison. No matter what the truth that you may be a very first time violator, from a respected record, the possible charge specified can certainly be the most, that is, 7 years. The reason being the current law makes it much easier for the District Attorney to prosecute and tough for the criminal defence attorney to protect.
So it's vital that if this kind of allegation has taken place on infringement of the order for protection, it could result in carrying not just disgrace on the family, but a lengthy prison term also staring you in the face. When it's a matter of personal freedom, there might be no excuse for insufficient legal knowledge and assistance.
Zelenitz criminal contempt case then you are in good hands. Under this law, a person is said to be guilty, when he or she violates the duly served order of protection, or any other order of which the defendant has knowledge as it was served in his or her presence in a court of law, by inflicting physical injury or serious physical injury on the person for whose protection the order was issued, Shapiro & D'Agostino, P.C.
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