Common Defenses A Criminal Defense Lawyer May Raise For Restraining Order Violations

A restraining order, also called a protection order, may be issued to keep one person from contacting another person or to keep one person away from another person. These types of orders are often granted if someone is being stalked or involved in a domestic violence situation. If you have a restraining order issued against you, and you violate the terms of that order, you may be facing jail time. However, in some cases, you may be charged with a violation even though you did nothing wrong. [Read More]