Kansas Defense Lawyer: Violation of Protective Order
Officials in Kansas take domestic violence very seriously. If you were accused of spousal abuse and the judge issued a protective order, any violation of that order may result in the revocation of probation, consecutive jail sentences or even additional charges being filed.
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Sometimes, the alleged victim knows this and uses a restraining order as a weapon to make your life more difficult. There may be threats to file a false report of violation. The alleged victim may even create situations in which it looks like you have violated the protective order, even though that was not your intent.
More often, a couple may reconcile after a restraining order has been issued. As long as the order is in force — no matter the nature of the relationship between you and the alleged victim — you can be found in violation and suffer the consequences.
If there is currently a protective order in place against you, it is important to know your rights. If you have been arrested for violation of that protective order, you need strength and experience on your side immediately.
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Contact my office in Olathe, Kansas, today to discuss your situation and your real defense options. I have over 15 years experience as a criminal trial attorney and will fight to protect you from the serious consequences of a violation of a domestic violence protective order.
My office is conveniently located within walking distance of the Johnson County Courthouse. Your initial consultation will be free. If you decide to hire me to protect your rights and fight for your freedom, I accept major credit cards and PayPal for your convenience.