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Violation of Restraining Orders

Connecticut recognizes four different types of restraining orders, also known as protective orders. Violating the conditions of these protective orders is considered a serious criminal offense in Connecticut and is a felony. If you have been charged with violating a protective order, it is imperative that you reach out to an attorney who can begin preparing your legal defense. You can fight against a protection order or request that the court modify the order. If you have been served with a restraining order in Connecticut, contact the aggressive defense attorneys at The Kaloidis Law Firm, LLC, to schedule an initial consultation and learn more about how we can fight for you.

I Was Served with a Restraining Order: What Do I Do Now?

If you were served with a restraining order at work or home, that means either a civil court or a family court issued the order against you. It can be confusing to know what type of Court issued the order against you, and discussing your case with an attorney can be beneficial. In Connecticut, courts have the authority to Grant a restraining order between family and household members under Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) § 46b-15. Civil courts also have the authority to issue protective orders against anyone charged with sexual abuse, stalking, or sexual assault.

Connecticut Criminal Protective Orders

A criminal protective order is a specific type of restraining order that a Connecticut Criminal Court can issue. These types of protective orders are issued following an arrest for a domestic violence offense. If you have had a protective order issued against you, violating that order will result in a new charge.

Penalties for Violating a Protective Order and Restraining Order

Violation of a domestic violence criminal protection order or a civil restraining order, he or she will face felony charges. Violating a restraining order may be charged as either a Class C or Class D felony. If charged as a Class C felony, it carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in jail along with fines, probation, and submission of your DNA to the Connecticut Department of Probation.

Understanding the terms of your protective order is crucial because the local police department in your city or town will have access to a copy of the order. If you need help understanding your order’s terms or have questions, it is wise to contact an experienced attorney who can help you understand your rights.

Fighting Charges for Violating a Protective Order

If you have been arrested and charged with violating a protective order, we recommend hiring an attorney as soon as possible. Many people have been falsely accused of violating a protective order by spouses, ex-spouses, partners, and ex-partners. Even if you have been falsely accused, it is still essential that you work with an attorney to build your legal defense. Don’t assume a prosecutor will see through an accuser’s lies. Several factors will be important when defending against charges of violating a restraining order.

Our attorneys can help you preserve cell phone records, social media messages or posts, audio-visual surveillance tapes, and email data. The data is often essential in these cases as more often than not, the alleged violation is proven or disproven using this evidence.

Our Attorneys Know How to Fight Against Criminal Charges Effectively

The attorneys at The Kaloidis Law Firm, LLC routinely represent clients who have been charged with violating restraining orders. We will carefully review all of the options for your legal defense, and we’ll fight to resolve your case in a way that is best for you.

Discuss Your Case with an Aggressive Criminal Defense Attorney in Connecticut

If you are facing a restraining order or a protective order, or you’ve been charged with violating a protective order, the aggressive criminal defense attorneys at The Kaloidis Law Firm, LLC are here to help. We will evaluate your case and begin preparing an aggressive legal defense, negotiating with the prosecution, and looking for all the holes in the prosecution’s case against you. Do not delay. Contact the fighters at Kaloidis Law Firm, LLC, to schedule an initial consultation.

Civil Restraining Order

Civil Protective or Restraining orders are routinely issued by Judges in family and civil court.

Courts have the right to grant an ex parte restraining order without a hearing in some instances, but these orders will only be valid for a week or two. After a week or two, you will be called into court for a hearing. After the hearing, your attorney can present evidence, question Witnesses, and advocate for your rights.

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