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In the event that a person is accused of a violent crime such as domestic violence or assault, they may have a protection order filed against them. The protection order may be temporary, such as one that prevents contact until the defendant has been convicted, acquitted, or completed their sentence. Regardless of the circumstances, if you have had an order issued against you, turn to an experienced Aurora civil protection order lawyer who can help.

Give Solomon Criminal Defense a call today at (720) 613-9992 to make an appointment with an Aurora criminal defense lawyer.

What Is a Protection Order?

A protection order—often referred to as a restraining order—is a legal order issued by the court that prohibits one person from being on contact with another individual. This is very common in domestic violence cases, where one party is prevented from returning to their shared home, communicating with the other person, or hurting them in any way.

A protection order protects the victim by prohibiting the restricted person from:

  • Tampering with them
  • Retaliating against them
  • Intimidating them
  • Molesting them
  • Hurting them
  • Harassing them

Penalties for Violating Protection Orders

If you have been arrested or accused of violating a protection order, you could face up to 18 months of imprisonment and a $5,000 fine. There may be additional penalties, depending on the circumstances. Learning about your legal options is essential before you plead guilty or take any legal action.

Representation for Protection Order Hearings

Typically, a person who feels they are in danger or at risk petitions the court and requests to have the other individual legally forced to leave them alone. They will have to explain the harm that the defendant has caused and why they think they are in danger. Next, they will need to go to court during a second hearing to determine whether the temporary protection order should be made permanent.

This is an important opportunity for you to bring your Aurora civil protection order attorney with you. You want to ensure you have proper representation when you appear so that you can argue against the protection order.

To request more information about protection orders, call Solomon Criminal Defense at (720) 613-9992 or by contacting them online.

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