Are you aware of the no-contact requirement?
If you are arrested for domestic abuse, a 72 hour no-contact requirement goes into place. For 72 hours, you are not allowed to go to the residence of the victim, or contact the victim. If you break the 72 hour no-contact requirement, it is considered a crime in Wisconsin.
If you are charged with domestic abuse, or any other violent crime, you must contact Martinez & Ruby, LLP. Regardless of your unique circumstances, we recognize that an accusation does not equate to guilt.