If you have been served a restraining order, you need a legal advocate on your side. Too often, I have seen innocent people suffer the consequences of a false allegation of domestic violence. In the face of penalties, you need to act to clear your name.
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At the Law Office of A. Oliver Hassibi, the results speak for themselves. It is my passion to defend my clients' rights, and I can fight to get your charges reduced or dismissed. See how I may be able to help when you schedule a free consultation!
If a restraining order has been taken out against you, you are legally required to abide by the terms and conditions of that order – even if it was filed for dishonest or malicious purposes. If you violate any part of the order, there will be legal ramifications. In fact, violating a protective order is a Class A misdemeanor in the state of Texas, which means that you could face a fine of $4,000 and up to one year in county jail.
If you have been convicted of two or more similar offenses in the past, the violation becomes a third-degree felony, which is punishable by two to ten years in prison. For this reason, it may be in your best interest to hire a criminal attorney in Fort Worth if you have been accused of or arrested for this offense. When you hire the Law Office of A. Oliver Hassibi, I can put more than a decade of experience to work for you!
All it takes is a malicious accusation or a dishonest restraining order, and your reputation can sustain permanent damage. If you don't act swiftly, you could soon find yourself under arrest. You would be on the path to a criminal trial, where you would be drained of time and money, with your freedom in jeopardy. Before you are confronted with these undeserved threats, you need a Fort Worth domestic violence lawyer on your side.
I understand that these accusations frequently stem from a nasty divorce or child custody dispute. I can utilize my criminal court experience to reduce the charges or penalties you face, keeping you out of jail in spite of an accusation of family violence or a violated restraining order. Depending on the case, my firm further has the resources to establish that the protective order was falsely issued, and I can aggressively seek to have this expunged from your record if necessary, providing a thorough defense.
Don't hesitate to find out how I can help you. Contact my criminal defense firm today!