Domestic Violence Criminal Defense Lawyer

A conviction for domestic violence can have very serious repercussions. It may exclude you from certain types of jobs. If you have a security clearance, you may lose it. You may lose your right to own a firearm. A conviction for a domestic violence crime could affect your child custody or visitation rights. Such a conviction should be avoided if at all possible.

At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, we are experienced domestic violence and criminal defense lawyers. Call us at 800-266-8151 for a free initial consultation at our offices in Glen Burnie and Columbia. We serve clients throughout Maryland, and will work to build a strong and effective defense for you.

Successful Defense Efforts for Complex Cases

A charge of domestic violence or second degree assault may result from something as simple as an unwanted touching or even the threat of touching. During a divorce proceeding or child custody dispute, one of the parties may sometimes attempt to gain an advantage by making a false claim of domestic violence or threats of violence against the other spouse. Regardless of the truth of the matter, this can prejudice the rights of the accused.

The family law and criminal defense attorneys at the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink understand these dynamics and how to deal with them. We start our defense effort by gaining a comprehensive knowledge of the domestic environment and the events leading up to the charge. When needed, we employ private investigators who can examine the facts in an objective manner. We are also skilled at cross-examination and drawing out facts that may impugn the accuser's motives and allegations.

Contact Our Firm

We will work to build a strong defense for you. Our goal in every case is to obtain the best outcome possible. To schedule your free, no-obligation consultation with one of our attorneys, call 800-266-8151 or contact us online.