Violation of a Temporary Restraining Order
A temporary restraining order is issued in order to protect the well-being of those believed to be in immediate danger due to the statements, actions, or behaviors of another person. In the state of California, a temporary restraining order can be given for a duration of anywhere between 3 weeks and 3 years. If a temporary restraining order is broken, the violator may face significant penalties.
If you have been accused of violating a temporary restraining order, it is important that you promptly retain experienced defense representation to assist you with your case. Contact the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C., today at [phone-number] to speak with a skilled and knowledgeable San Jose criminal defense attorney.
Temporary Restraining Order
The terms of a temporary restraining order will be set by the judge who issues the order, and they are likely to be shaped by the nature and severity of the perceived threat. Accordingly, there may be a variety of ways in which an individual might violate the order. These may commonly include:
- Making threats against the protected individual or individuals
- Trespassing on designated property
- Going too near to the person by violating in imaginary, legally-established distance boundary
- Attempting to contact a person with whom the order prohibits contact
At the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C., we understand that it is difficult to go through many days without seeing your family or having to drastically alter your life and routines. If you have been charged with violating a temporary restraining order, it is important that you are adequately represented because you could be facing significant fines or incarceration.
Do not delay seeking legal advice if you have been accused of violating a temporary restraining order. Contact San Jose criminal defense attorney Daniel Jensen, P.C., today at [phone-number] for a free consultation.