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Protective orders are legal restrictions put into place by a judge to prevent individuals from engaging in certain activities. The purpose of these orders is to protect victims from threat, assault, or even being in the presence of the offender.
The duration of protective orders is determined by a judge. Typically, an order can last up to two years. If you are serving a prison sentence, the order can last for up to a year following your release.
An order of protection can contain several conditions, including:
Violating the terms of a protective order can result in severe consequences. First-time offenders are typically charged with a Class A misdemeanor. The penalty for this level of offense is a maximum jail sentence of one year and a fine of up to $4,000. If the offender has two or more previous protective order violations, he or she could be charged with a third-degree felony. This increases the potential jail sentence to between 2 and 10 years.
With so much at stake, it is essential to build a strong defense with the assistance of a knowledgeable Fort Worth protective order violation lawyer. The Law Office of A. Oliver Hassibi is available 24/7 to provide the aggressive advocacy you need.
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