A Domestic Violence Restraining Order is a temporary court order that a judge will issue for an initial 15-21 days for an alleged victim of domestic violence. On the next court date, the judge will decide whether or not to make the order permanent. If the judge decides to grant the victim a permanent restraining order, it could last for up to five years.
What Do You Do If You Have Been Served With A Restraining Order?
If you have received a restraining order, you have the right to file a response to the allegations made by the other party. You have 20 days to file this response.
If you want to contest a restraining order, you will need a competent and experienced restraining order attorney. The attorneys at Wallin & Klarich are knowledgeable about the law and skilled in all courts.
Defenses To A Restraining Order
Your lawyer can cross examine the alleged victim at the restraining order hearing. Your lawyer can also call you as a witness on your own behalf. We can also call other witnesses who will support your position. Finally, your lawyer can introduce other admissible evidence in an effort to convince the court to deny the permanent restraining order.
Domestic violence is a sensitive topic. You need an attorney that makes you feel comfortable to share personal information. You need an attorney who you can trust.
The attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have defended clients accused of domestic violence for over thirty years. We know that this is a difficult time for you and your family.
Let us guide you through this complex legal process. Wallin & Klarich will be there with you to provide guidance and support every step of the way.
At Wallin & Klarich, we are committed to providing our clients with the best possible defense. Call us today to speak with a competent and caring attorney at 877-4NO-JAIL. We will be there when you call.