Violation of Protective Orders
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Having a protective order issued against you can make your life difficult,
since it will show up in a criminal background search. Unfortunately,
a violation of a protective order is a serious crime, resulting in jail
time and other severe penalties.
If you were recently arrested and charged with a protection order violation,
or believe that an order was unfairly issued against you, our
Virginia Beach criminal attorney at
The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller can help. With
more than 18 years of experience, our legal team has helped numerous clients with
domestic violence cases and has a thorough understanding of the state legal system to determine
all of your available legal options.
Penalties for Violation of a Protective Order
Violation of a protective order is a Class 1 misdemeanor that is punishable
by a maximum jail sentence of one year and a fine of up to $2,500. If
you are found guilty of violating a protective order, you will have an
additional order against you for a maximum of two additional years.
Contact The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller
While it is possible to beat these charges, it can be quite complicated
since many prosecutors are not willing to cooperate or make fair deals
in these cases. We can investigate the circumstances of the order and
the violation, collect crucial evidence, and develop an effective and
relentless defense strategy. We can protect your rights, reputation, and
freedom right away.
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