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What Do I Need to Know if I’ve Been Arrested for Domestic Violence in Rhode Island?

domestic_violenceWe are often contacted by people who have been arrested for violations of domestic law in Rhode Island, mainly domestic violence.  It is important to remember if you have been arrested and arraigned on a domestic violence charge that a “no contact order” will be issued against you.  It is important to seek the advice of an attorney right away and to have no contact with the person who has made the complaint against you.

This informational blog post was brought to you by William J. Murphy, an experienced Rhode Island Criminal Defense Lawyer.

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