Domestic violence between family members may lead to a restraining order. Little or no evidence is needed when a loved one claims that you committed physical, emotional or psychological abuse. An arrest does not even have to take place nor does a pending charge have to be filed. The court can still issue a restraining order.

If you believe that a protective order was improperly entered against you following an arrest for domestic violence, you need to take immediate action. Protect your rights with the help of the attorneys at Rome McGuigan, P.C.

Skilled Criminal Defense Attorneys Providing Immediate Legal Help

Responses to restraining orders for domestic violence must be immediate for you to tell your side of the story to the court. Intentional or unintentional violations of a restraining order will lead to arrest and felony charges, resulting in a prison sentence of up to five years.

We understand the stakes when family problems are emotionally charged and legally complex. Our goal is to work with both parties and resolve the legal problems outside of the courtroom. Important steps may involve marriage counseling or anger management classes. Connecticut does provide a family violence education program as an alternative to prison. You want to show the court that you are doing what is necessary to fix the problems between you and a family member.

Contact Rome McGuigan, P.C.

If you've been charged with a protective order violation, contact the Hartford protective order violation lawyers of Rome McGuigan, P.C., at 860-560-8037 or toll free at 866-558-6182.