Orlando Domestic Violence

Have you been arrested on a criminal charge of Domestic Violence in Orange County or Seminole County, Florida?  Experience has shown that individuals who immediately hire a lawyer after being arrested for domestic violence will achieve a far better result than those who use the “wait and see” approach.   The domestic violence defense attorneys at Tilden Law have successfully handled hundreds of domestic violence cases with proven results.  Please visit Domestic Violence Case Wins to view our firm’s success in handling cases like yours.

Result Oriented Domestic Violence Representation
At Tilden Law, our Domestic Violence defense attorneys represent clients who are charged with domestic violence battery, assault, stalking, child abuse and injunctions in both Orange County and Seminole County, Florida.  As a former Central Florida Domestic Violence Prosecutor with 15 years criminal trial experience, our firm focuses our practice on achieving the expectations of every client.  Regardless of whether this is your first criminal charge or if you have been accused and prosecuted for domestic violence in the past, our defense strategy is focused on achieving results and ultimately a dismissal of your case.
Contact our Orlando and Seminole County domestic violence defense law firm for aggressive and experienced domestic violence defense.  A proper resolution of your case can lead to an Expungement or Sealing of your criminal case.

Former Central Florida Prosecutor Protecting Your Future
Our domestic violence defense firm recognizes the potential negative impact a violent crime conviction can have on your record.  A conviction in Florida for domestic violence can have a serious impact on your future.  Our defense efforts are designed to prevent the following from happening to you:

  • Jail or Prison
  • Permanent Criminal Record
  • Loss of Employment
  • Loss of Parental Rights
  • Requirement to Pay Child/Spousal Support
  • Eviction from Residence/Home
  • Forfeiture of Concealed Weapons Permit
  • Inability to Possess a Firearm
  • Inability to have Contact with Victim

In preparing the defense of our clients charged with domestic violence, thorough evaluation of all relevant facts is essential.  The answers to the following questions frequently lead to the dismissal of criminal charges:

  • Did you or the victim make any verbal or written statements to the police;
  • Was anyone else an eyewitness to the incident;
  • Does the victim wish you to be prosecuted;
  • Does the victim have any prior arrests or allegations of violent behavior;
  • Were there any injuries to you or the alleged victim and if so did anyone take photographs;
  • Did you or the alleged victim make any admissions to the police;
  • Were you read your rights before being questioned;
  • Did the police coerce/require a statement from any party;
  • Did the victim consume alcohol or drugs before or after to the incident.

Domestic Violence and Injunction/Restraining Order cases should never be handled by general criminal practice attorneys. It takes years of criminal law practice from both perspectives of a prosecutor and defense attorney and specialized Domestic Violence Defense training to properly represent the rights of a client arrested for Domestic Violence or violation of an Injunction/Restraining Order. Attorney N. Fleetwood Tilden is in his 15th year of criminal trial practice and is a former Central Florida Domestic Violence Prosecutor and has handled over 500 criminal Domestic Violence and Injunction/Restraining Order cases. 

If you are interested in learning how your case can be resolved with a dismissal, please Contact Tilden Law for a free case evaluation to discuss your specific case.


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