First - stop posting facts of your case here. This is a public forum where cops and prosecutors can see everything you're saying. Second - what's your question?
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Domestic Violence Convictions carry a one year mandatory batterers treatment program. You should be represented by an attorney. You do not indicate what you do for a living however the classes alone can be quite onerous. A DV conviction has other consequences that may have consequences on your job. You should not show up and try explaining to the judge and the prosecutor what happened. That is not going to be to your advantage.
Consult with a few attorneys and go to the arraignment represented by counsel.Ask a similar question
You need a lawyer and you need to discuss the facts of your case with your lawyer. Don't talk to anyone but your lawyer about your case, including posting facts about your case online. Anything you say to anyone but your lawyer can be used against you. Best of luck to you.Ask a similar question
Domestic violence cases are complex and require a skilled and experienced attorney to sort them out in your favor. Needless to say, you need an attorney who can represent you aggressively from the beginning. Hopefully you did not make statements to the police about the matter.
Either way, it is in your best interests to have someone represent you so you don't keep telling your version of the event to those who will use it against you in court. Whatever you told the cops will be used as evidence; whatever you tell the prosecutors could be used as evidence. Therefore, you need someone to protect you from further damaging your case and any viable defenses.
Consult with an attorney immediately, and certainly before court.Ask a similar question