I am guessing you have an appointed attorney. Hiring private counsel in domestic violence cases is a world of difference. Private counsel would take the time to do full discovery. In many DV cases, the victim witness is non-compliant or uncooperative and your lawyer can use that to your advantage. Also, a recorded statement from the victim would be key in your case. If I were your lawyer, I would interview the victim (if she was willing) on a video recording and forward to the prosecutor. This is a strong statement about the case.
If the victim's testimony exonerates you, then you have a good chance at a trial victory. However, I have no idea the terms of your parole or your previous history here. That could be a major consideration. Hire private counsel.Ask a similar question
Because you already have an attorney, it may be best for you to address the concerns of your case with him first.
Despite your attorney trying to get you to plea bargain, it is your case and your life and if you want to exercise your right of a trial by jury, then he must respect that even if he doesn't agree with it. But if you and your attorney cannot agree to a plan for your defense, then you should hire another attorney.Ask a similar question
You really do need to talk all this over with your attorney.
Which way to go with an assault case where the defendant is on parole is a question that demands careful consideration taking into account all the circumstances. It's something you might want to get a second opinion about at some point. However, no lawyer on avvo will have a full enough picture of your situation to give you anything but a blind guess about which way to go with your own case.
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