Defense of New Jersey
DWI and Criminal Cases

Being subject to a domestic violence restraining order is not a crime—but violating such an order is a crime. Conviction for violating the terms of a domestic violence restraining order results in a criminal record for citizen and non-citizen alike, but the non-citizen is thereby deportable.

Examples of Relationships subject to laws defining Domestic Violence (DV): wife- husband, boyfriend-girlfriend, father- son, siblings.


Being subject to a domestic violence restraining order is not a crime—but violating such an order is a crime. Conviction for violating the terms of a domestic violence restraining order results in a criminal record for citizen and non-citizen alike, but the non-citizen is thereby deportable.Examples of Relationships subject to laws defining Domestic Violence (DV): wife- husband, boyfriend-girlfriend, father- son, siblings.

Being subject to a domestic violence restraining order is not a crime—but violating such an order is a crime. Conviction for violating the terms of a domestic violence restraining order results in a criminal record for citizen and non-citizen alike, but the non-citizen is thereby deportable.Examples of Relationships subject to laws defining Domestic Violence (DV): wife- husband, boyfriend-girlfriend, father- son, siblings.

Case 1

Being subject to a domestic violence restraining order is not a crime—but violating such an order is a crime. Conviction for violating the terms of a domestic violence restraining order results in a criminal record for citizen and non-citizen alike, but the non-citizen is thereby deportable.Examples of Relationships subject to laws defining Domestic Violence (DV): wife- husband, boyfriend-girlfriend, father- son, siblings.

Case 1

Being subject to a domestic violence restraining order is not a crime—but violating such an order is a crime. Conviction for violating the terms of a domestic violence restraining order results in a criminal record for citizen and non-citizen alike, but the non-citizen is thereby deportable.Examples of Relationships subject to laws defining Domestic Violence (DV): wife- husband, boyfriend-girlfriend, father- son, siblings.

Case 1

Being subject to a domestic violence restraining order is not a crime—but violating such an order is a crime. Conviction for violating the terms of a domestic violence restraining order results in a criminal record for citizen and non-citizen alike, but the non-citizen is thereby deportable.Examples of Relationships subject to laws defining Domestic Violence (DV): wife- husband, boyfriend-girlfriend, father- son, siblings.