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Violations of Restraining Order or Order of Protection

At Owens & Perkins, we know that being charged with a Violation of Restraining Order or an Order of Protection can be especially frightening and may involve more than just what is set out in the police report. Often, people falsely claim an Order of Protection has been violated to gain the upper hand in a relationship or in an ongoing divorce or child custody case. If you find yourself charged with violation of such an Order, Owens & Perkins has experienced, effective Criminal Attorneys to represent you.

We'll thoroughly investigate your case, interview witnesses, and examine any physical evidence the Prosecution may have. We'll evaluate the strength of the case against you and develop any and all potential defenses to the charges. We will try to identify any evidence that supports your evidence and present it to the State, including evidence of your good character, which may allow you to avoid or reduce incarceration time, or even avoid a criminal conviction.

Once we've completed our investigation, we'll decide together on the best course of action. If the State has a strong case against you, that strategy may be to negotiate the best deal possible with the Prosecutor.

If, on the other hand, you are innocent or we have identified sufficient evidence to defend the charges against you, we may decide to go to trial. If so, our experienced Criminal Attorneys will fight for you, including filing any Pre-Trial Motions to limit the evidence that may be admissible against you at trial. We will present your case in the light most favorable to you and will aggressively defend you.

If you have been arrested for Violation of a Protective Order or a Violation of Restraining Order, call Owens & Perkins at (480) 630-2464 to schedule you FREE 30-MINUTE CONSULTATION with one of our experienced criminal attorneys.

At Owens & Perkins, we know that being charged with a Violation of a Restraining Order or an Order of Protection can be especially frightening and may involve more than just what is set out in the police report. Often, people falsely claim an Order of Protection has been violated to gain the upper hand in a relationship or in a ongoing divorce or child custody case. If you find yourself charged with violation of such an Order, Owens & Perkins has experienced, effective Criminal Attorneys to represent you.

We'll thoroughly investigate your case, interview witnesses, and examine any physical evidence the Prosecution may have. We'll evaluate the strength of the case against you and develop any and all potential defenses to the charges. We will try to identify any evidence that supports your evidence and present it to the State, including evidence of your good character, which may allow you to avoid or reduce incarceration time, or even avoid a criminal conviction.

Once we've completed our investigation, we'll decide together on the best course of action. If the State has a strong case against you, that strategy may be to negotiate the best deal possible with the Prosecutor.

If, on the other hand, you are innocent or we have identified sufficient evidence to defend the charges against you, we may decide to go to trial. If so, our experienced Criminal Attorneys will fight for you, including filing any Pre-Trial Motions to limit the evidence that may be admissible against you at trial. We will present your case in the light most favorable to you and will aggressively defend you.

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