Criminal Restraining Order Violation Law

Criminal Restraining Order Violation Lawyers

Criminal Restraining Order Violation:

A restraining order is a good tool to have for reducing the risk of harassment and harm. While a restraining order is a good way to get protection against an abuser, it cannot always guarantee absolution protection. Statistics show that there are frequent violations of restraining orders.

Restraining Order Violation Legal Issues:

During a violation of restraining order, the respondent can be arrested for the violation and receive penalties for the violation. The court needs to prove that the violation of restraining order occurred "beyond a reasonable doubt" and that the defendant "knowingly and purposefully" intended to violate the restraining order. A person accused of violation of restraining order may be sent to jail or given probation, with a fine up to $1,000. (Repeat violators can be fined up to $2,000). An accused person may also be required by the court to reimburse the victim for any counseling.

What a Criminal Lawyer can do for you:

Violation of a restraining order is a contempt of court order. A restraining order violation criminal defense lawyer can be helpful in preventing the restrained person found in violation from being taken into custody and taken to jail. A criminal defense lawyer can work hard to avoid possible misdemeanor or a felony charges and reduce jail time and fines. A family lawyer can represent your side.

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