You, as the defendant in a domestic violence case, cannot approach your alleged victim in order to get a statement of what that person says you did.
Doing so will violate you if you’re under an order of protection, and in any case, it looks terrible when your initial charges are followed up by your accuser telling the court that you’ve started stalking them, too.
For the moment, leave you accuser alone. Call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino at 718-599-1111 and learn how we can help.
As you attorneys, we have the ability to reach out to your accuser for an informal conversation and learn the particulars of the charges against you.
It’s a legal way for you to get the information you need, with the added benefit of getting the defense team that can protect you from the charges you’re facing.