Domestic violence cuts across all socio-economic lines, affecting people regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, income and education. Domestic violence cases, which can boil down to “he said, she said,” are complex and sensitive, and they need an experienced, skilled hand to ensure justice prevails.
In Livingston County, there is no attorney better qualified to represent people in domestic violence cases than Bill McCririe. In his 16 years as a Livingston County assistant prosecutor, he has tried hundreds (thousands??) of domestic violence cases. He’s seen it all, and these days, Bill McCririe is putting his insider knowledge and experience to work helping people make their way through the legal system.
If you’re a victim of domestic violence, you can benefit from an expert attorney’s assistance to help ensure your safety with a restraining order or order of protection, as well as the prosecution of your abuser.
Or maybe someone has asked the court for a restraining order against you. If that’s the case, or if you’re charged with committing domestic violence, you need a seasoned attorney to help you understand your legal options and vigorously represent your interests.
If you’re embroiled in a domestic violence situation, you need a seasoned, experienced attorney representing you.
That attorney is Bill McCririe, the only lawyer in this area so uniquely qualified to help you with your domestic violence case.
The ramifications of domestic violence charges are long-reaching and long-lasting. Even if the couple involved in the domestic violence situation reconciles, the charges can affect custody and employment. It’s smart have a tough, seasoned lawyer on your side, one who will put his considerable legal skills to vigorous use on your behalf.
Bill McCririe is the attorney uniquely qualified to fight for you, and he’s not afraid to do it in a courtroom.