VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDERS


Violation of Protective Orders

Violation of Protective Orders Defense

Were you charged with violating the terms of your protective order? You need to call the Law Offices of Joe D. Gonzales. We’ll work around the clock to make sure you don’t face the repercussions that could follow your actions. You could be facing serious consequences such as jail time or prison time, hefty fines, and/or other criminal charges.

If you are found guilty of violating the terms of a protective order, many rights might be taken from you including the following: inability to own or possess a firearm, inability to apply for certain jobs, ineligibility to vote or hold public office, and much more.

No matter why you were issued a protective order, restraining order, or order of protection by the court, rest assured our team of sex crime lawyers is here for you.

Restraining Order Violation Charges

If you were charged with or are under investigation for violation of a protective order, you could face serious felony penalties. This Class A Misdemeanor can result in up to 1 year in jail and a fine of up to $4,000. If the protective order was violated by committing an assault or the offense of stalking, the offense is considered a 3rd Degree Felony. This can result in up to 10 years of prison time and a fine of up to $10,000. 

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