Violation of Protective Orders
A protective order is supposed to safeguard someone who has been threatened with harm. Maryland law takes this very seriously, and a violation of a protective order can result in strict penalties, including jail time and fines.
At Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, our attorneys are experienced in handling all types of cases involving family disputes, domestic violence, and alleged violation of protective orders. We will take every necessary step to aggressively defend your rights and interests.
A criminal matter could directly impact your family legal dispute, but our attorneys can help. To learn more, send us an email or call 800-266-8151 for a free consultation.
Strategic, Aggressive Advocacy in Domestic Disputes
Our attorneys are experienced in the investigation and defense of protective order violations. You may not have been aware that you were in violation, or the person bringing the allegations may have taken action vindictively. This is especially common in the context of a divorce or other family legal dispute.
Many of these cases will turn on a complex set of facts or a “he said, she said” scenario. It is important to work with an experienced legal team that can properly articulate your version of events. We will consult with witnesses, collect statements, review police records, obtain security or surveillance records, and take all necessary steps to preserve evidence in your case.
Our legal team is experienced in cases involving:
- Violation of protective orders
- Domestic violence disputes
- Weapons charges defense
- Family violence or child abuse
- Protective orders and divorce
- Child custody and false accusations
Domestic Violence, Protective Orders, and Family Law Disputes
It is important to work with an experienced domestic violence and criminal defense lawyer, especially where your rights may be affected in a pending family or civil matter. Our firm handles both criminal defense and family legal disputes, understanding that many false accusations are made to get ahead in family disputes. We know that many of these issues overlap and that a criminal matter could impact your rights in a divorce or custody battle. If you are facing criminal charges involving a protective order, we can help. We will help you protect your rights, your family, and your future.
Consult Our Experienced Lawyers Today
If you have been charged with violating a protective order, you can rely on our attorneys for effective defense. We offer free case evaluations, and have two offices: One in Glen Burnie and one in Columbia. Please send us an email or call 800-266-8151 to discuss your charges.