Violating Restraining Order Charges
Ventura Domestic Violence Attorney
In California, if a judge issues a restraining order or protective order,
it is a crime to intentionally violate it. The
Law Office of Christopher P. Welch can challenge the validity of the order, help discover evidence demonstrating
that the allegations are false, or help to avoid the harsher remedies
that are within the judge's discretion.
- Without aggressive legal advocacy, you could be facing the following serious
penalties under California's criminal laws:
- Felony penalties resulting in 3 year imprisonment
- Misdemeanor penalties resulting in up to 1 year jail sentence
- Excessive legal fees and court fines
- Possible payment of restitution to victim
- Loss of the right to possess a firearm for the duration of the restraining order
In addition to the above mentioned criminal penalties, you may have to
live the rest of your life with a permanent criminal record. Don't
let one misunderstanding or mistake change your life. Demand justice and demand complete legal protection by speaking with a
knowledgeable Ventura domestic violence lawyer.
Do you want to learn more about your rights and legal defenses?
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Protect Your Future with a Skilled Criminal Defense Lawyer
It is completely understandable if you may feel incredibly overwhelmed
at this time. Any type of criminal allegation made against you could have
life-changing implications, regardless if the allegations have any truth
to them. Our
criminal defense attorney, Mr. Welch, makes it his primary mission to completely protect
the rights and interests of his clients, no matter what type of criminal
charges they may be facing.
Choose to retain a
Ventura domestic violence lawyer with a proven record. Choose a legal professional who has been recognized
by satisfied former clients and professional colleagues alike. Choose
the Law Office of Christopher P. Welch to advocate for your rights today.
Contact the Ventura criminal defense law firm to speak with someone confidentially.