Charged with Violation of a Restraining Order in NJ?
Get a The Legal Advice You Need to
Defend Your Rights!
A criminal charge of a restraining order violation is a difficult experience.
I know you are likely facing difficult family or personal problems that may have
resulted from this charge.
But that doesn't mean you are guilty of a crime.
Restraining orders are tricky things. They can sometimes be issued without
your knowledge, and without an opportunity to object on legal or factual
And you can be arrested for violating a protective restraining order in New
Jersey, even in cases where the victim initiated the contact, and even when the
contact is accidental.
But violating a restraining order, regardless of whether or not you think it
is legitimate, is still a crime.
I understand these cases, and have scene many times where the law has been
unfairly and irrationally applied.
But even when you are in the right, sometimes it takes some work to extract
yourself from a legal mess. I sympathize with what you are facing, and I want to
Please call my New Jersey criminal defense law office today to find out for
yourself how I can help you fix this unfortunate mess you are in. There is no
obligation for my legal consultation on a criminal charge of restraining order
New Jersey Restraining Order Laws
According to New Jersey criminal law, a restraining order is an order from a
judge either prohibiting a person from certain actions or ordering that person
to do something based on a previous domestic violence dispute.
(Ref: New Jersey criminal law sec. 25-32)
How Can you Help Me with a Restraining Order Violation
I and my associates have defended criminal protection order violations and
domestic violence charges in many criminal courts across New Jersey. So we
understand the sensitive balance it takes to deal with a prosecutor who doesn't
want to be accused of being "soft" on domestic abuse, even in cases where the
facts and evidence of a crime is flimsy to non-existent.
So, whatever happened, we can help. If the whole this is absolutely a mistake,
and not your fault, then we can fix that.
Or if you made an innocent mistake, like going back to your house to get some clothes or
you made a bad decision because you wanted to
see your children, but were thwarted by a prohibited contact order with your spouse.
Everyone has a unique situation and a complicated life, I understand that. And it’s important to choose an attorney who
truly cares about you and takes the time to listen to your concerns. Call me
today to set up a free consultation and I will review your case with you and
give you valuable advice about your legal options.
I look forward to speaking with you.
J. Matthew Reisig, Attorney at Law
(888) 628-8394 or locally at (732) 625-9660
Reisig & Associates, LLC
One Broad Street
Freehold, NJ 07728
We represent clients in every criminal court across New Jersey.
A Certified Criminal Trial Attorney in New Jersey