Restraining Order Violations

If someone has filed a restraining order against you, it is very important that you do not violate the restraining order in any way. Restraining order violations are a crime in and of themselves, and can result in additional penalties, including jail, fines, and extended probation. Even if you think the restraining order is unfair or based on lies, you must make every effort to comply with the terms of the order. You are already in trouble with the law, and the last thing you need is to face additional penalties for a restraining order violation. Furthermore, if you are involved in some type of child custody dispute, violating a restraining order will look very badly on your part and undoubtedly have a negative effect on the outcome of your case.

How Can Attorney Douglas Fox Help?

In the event that you've already been arrested for violating a restraining order, Lawrenceville criminal defense attorney Douglas N. Fox can help. Mr. Fox understands that sometimes restraining orders are violated unintentionally, and should this be the case in your particular situation, he can explain the circumstances to the judge.

Mr. Fox can also represent your case if a restraining order has just been issued against you. You do have the right to fight the order in an effort to get it lifted, however, it's important to contact Mr. Fox right away as you only have a couple of weeks to contest the order. Sometimes judges are quick to issue a restraining order without fully reviewing and analyzing the facts and evidence. If you feel the accusations made against you are based on lies, fabrications, or exaggerations, you can trust Mr. Fox to conduct a thorough investigation into your charges to find the true motive or basis of the accusations.

Contact Lawrenceville criminal defense lawyer Douglas N. Fox today for experienced legal counsel, dedicated representation, and aggressive defense against the charges!