Many victims who suffer physical injury at the hands of their girlfriends, boyfriends, husbands or wives often feel too scared to step forward. In some cases, temporary protection orders are available to victims seeking a reprieve from their abusive partners. In other cases, a victim who steps forward may wish to recant their complaints in the days and weeks that follow, but Florida Law gives prosecutors the discretion to determine whether to pursue criminal charges. I am an attorney who represents both victims of domestic violence and the alleged abuser in domestic violence cases involving assault, battery, sexual assault, stalking, kidnapping or related charges. I have experience with all types of domestic disputes and can help clients seek either the counseling or protection they need to survive a traumatic domestic event.
Mr. Moore successfully litigated a Domestic Violence Restraining Order this month. The allegations had resulted in Mr. Moore’s client being charged with two (2) felonies, one being Felony Child Abuse and the other being Aggravated Battery. The allegations resulted in a Domestic Violence Restraining Order. Mr. Moore brought three (3) witnesses to the Hearing, and presented their testimony. The Restraining Order Petition was Dismissed by the Court without the necessity of Mr. Moore’s client testifying. Mr. Moore anticipates a favorable resolution of the felony charges partially based upon the witness testimony that was prepared and presented at the Restraining Order Hearing.
Mr. Moore successfully litigated a Domestic Violence Restraining Order this month. The allegations had resulted in Mr. Moore’s client being thrown out of his own home and no visitation with his children. The allegations also resulted in a Domestic Violence Restraining Order. Mr. Moore presented this case to the Court and his client was awarded visitation/time-sharing with his children and is now, with Mr. Moore’s assistance, actively seeking 50/50 time-sharing/custody.