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Because we attacked right away, we were able to get the prosecutors to decline to file the case, meaning the case against her was completely dismissed.
As a licensed attorney Amy was concerned about her reputation, and the impact a criminal record would have on her career. She was afraid of losing her license and having years of schooling go to waste.
Amy F. was an attorney arrested on domestic violence battery charges. She had been arguing with her on-again, off-again boyfriend of four years, and it turned physical. When police responded to a domestic disturbance call, Amy was no longer at the house in Wilton Manors, Florida. Her boyfriend, the alleged victim, was there and told police that she had thrown his cell phone in the pool, struck him several times in the back of the head, and was also throwing objects at him, including a glass vase. She was later arrested on battery charges.
Amy hired us the day she was arrested, so we showed up at first appearance court. We also connected our bondsman with her family, got her a low rate and made sure she was out of jail that night. We took photos of her injuries, which included a gash on her arm, developed a strategy and attacked right away.
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