Criminal Law

Restraining/Protection Orders

If you have been accused of a crime against a person or against a business, you very likely have also been served with a Restraining/Protection Order which generally requires that you have no contact with the individual or the entity. Additionally, the Restraining/Protection Order may prohibit you from possessing any firearms and may contain a multitude of other restrictions.

If you violate the terms of the Restraining/Protection Order, you have committed a separate criminal offense with very serious consequences including jail. Thus, do not guess at the meaning of the provisions of the Restraining/Protection Order.

Our Firm can help you understand the conditions of your Restraining/Protection Order, advise you on how to comply with the Order and avoid violating the Order, and, when appropriate, assist you in modifying the Order.

Don't blindly plea to a charge of this nature without first obtaining the appropriate legal advice. If you have been charged with a crime that includes Domestic Violence, call The Law Office of Cheryl A. Miller, P.C. today.

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