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Restraining Order Violations in Orange County

Orange County Criminal Lawyer

A restraining order is a legal court order that prohibits particular conduct on the part of the individual named in the order, such as continued contact with a victim of stalking, harassment or domestic violence. A restraining order may mandate that a person stay a certain distance away from a victim or that he or she engage in no further abuse of the victim. At times, allegations of domestic violence and the enforcement of a restraining order may mean that a person will need to move out of the house he or she shares with the alleged victim.

The consequences of a restraining order are serious. It may be difficult to abide by the terms of the order, but a violation of any kind may result in misdemeanor or even felony charges and the possibility of jail time and other serious criminal penalties. If you have been accused of any kind of restraining order violation, it is important that you contact an Orange County criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.

Defense Attorney for Restraining Order Violations

There may be a valid excuse for a restraining order violation, or you may have been wrongfully accused. For example, you may have accidentally come in contact with the victim or may not have known that a restraining order was filed against you. The contact with the victim may have been unavoidable. And what if the other person initiated contact with you? An experienced attorney can answer all of your questions and address your concerns about your alleged restraining order violation, including assessing the situation to determine how to best build an effective defense strategy.

At the Law Offices of Fred Thiagarajah, we help clients throughout all of Orange County who are facing criminal charges of violating a restraining order. Your initial consultation is free, and we are confident that we have the experience and resources to competently handle your case.

You deserve competent counsel and personalized service. Contact an Orange County restraining order violation attorney today for the help you need.

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