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VIOLATION OF A RESTRAINING ORDER IN RALEIGH
Law enforcement and prosecutors vigorously prosecute domestic violence cases, even when the alleged victim later changes the story or refuses to press charges. In cases involving alleged violation of a restraining order, it often does not matter if both parties consent to being together. If an order is in place, everyone is expected to follow it.
A violation can happen in many ways, from sending an email to traveling too close to a residence or being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Many people wrongly face allegations of stalking related to alleged violations.
If you have been accused of violating a restraining order in Raleigh, North Carolina, you need to make sure your rights are protected. You should know that the best course of action is to seek help from an aggressive and experienced criminal defense attorney at Sparrow Law Firm.
Our founding attorney, Michelle Sparrow, is a former assistant prosecutor who knows firsthand that law enforcement takes these matters seriously. We are well-prepared to defend your rights and help you fight charges related to violation of a restraining order.
EXPERIENCED WAKE COUNTY PROTECTIVE ORDER LAWYER
Sparrow Law Firm vigorously protects clients’ rights after they are charged with serious crimes. For more than 20 years, domestic violence defense attorney Michelle Sparrow has been committed to providing clients with knowledgeable defense and a hands-on approach. Our detailed focus provides us with the opportunity to effectively investigate every step law enforcement took before making a domestic violence arrest.
We appear at Chapter 50A and Chapter 50B hearings for our clients. By preparing thoroughly and fighting hard, we are well-prepared to achieve the best possible results in these complex and often emotionally charged matters.
To talk with a Cary protective order lawyer about the legal problems you face, call Sparrow Law Firm toll free at 919-975-4247 or simply contact us online. Consultations are free and confidential.