Murder or Manslaughter Defense
Did the Domestic Violence “Victim” Lie?
If you have been charged with domestic violence and the alleged victim lied, then you need an attorney right away. Most “victims” in domestic violence cases who lie are afraid to tell the police the truth. Having an attorney advise an alleged victim in a domestic violence dispute is critical.
What if the “Victim” Chooses Not to Testify
If a domestic violence victim is served or acknowledges receipt of a subpoena to come to court, then they must come to court. However, what if the alleged victim chooses not to testify for fear of committing perjury? Anyone who may give testimony that may be incriminating can choose not to testify under the 5th Amendment to the United States Constitution.
If you or a loved one has been charged with domestic violence, then you need to contact Attorney Errol Cook right away!