Accused Of Violating A Restraining Order? Finding The Right Attorney To Handle Your Case Is Very Important.
Individuals facing a temporary restraining order in a domestic violence incident will need to comply with both criminal court and family law court requirements.
Many attorneys say they possess experience in these areas of law. However, many lack the necessary knowledge of both court systems and procedures.
Those found guilty of violating a restraining order are likely to face jail time and steep fines. Individuals convicted will also be barred from possessing a firearm or other weapon.
If you are facing this type of charge, it is important to hire a lawyer who has a thorough understanding of criminal and family court laws, rules and procedures. You need an advocate on your side.
An Attorney With Experience Representing Those Facing Restraining Order Violations
I'm attorney Joseph M. Horn. As part of my extensive criminal defense practice, I've successfully represented many clients in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania who have been accused of violating temporary or final restraining orders.
I was also a former police officer. I know the protocols officers use and your constitutional rights. Let me be your voice and advocate for you.
I am criminal defense attorney Joseph M. Horn, and I have seen firsthand the detriment a criminal conviction can have on a person's life. If you or a loved one has a prior arrest or criminal record and want to learn more about the process and your eligibility, so you can move on with your life, I invite you to contact my office today.
Call 201-884-6000or send me an email. Free confidential consultations. Serving all of Bergen County, including Ridgefield Park, and all of New York and Pennsylvania.