Restraining Orders in Massachusetts
Our Criminal Defense Attorneys Help Obtain & Defend Orders of Protection
The state of Massachusetts has very strict laws about the way that restraining orders are handled. You may have found yourself facing a restraining order that has been taken out against you by a spouse, ex-spouse, or other individual with whom you are in close contact with. If you have been served with a restraining order, it is important that you retain the services of a skilled and experienced MA criminal defense lawyer from DiBella Law Offices, P.C. to represent you. We have more than a decade of experience, and you can rely on our legal team to support you.
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Understanding the Aftermath of Restraining Orders
In order to understand the consequences you could be facing, it is vital that you understand what a restraining order is and how it works. A restraining order not only affects your current life, but it will show up on your record and in background searches in the future, which can adversely affect you for years to come. There are many different types of restraining orders which are issued depending on the exact situation at hand.
A restraining order is issued to keep the alleged offender from:
- Stalking, hurting, or disturbing the named protected person
- Contacting the named protected person in any way
- Coming within a specific distance of the named protected person
Regardless of the exact details of your unique situation, our firm can help you to find a resolution. We understand that you are under an extreme amount of stress right now, especially if you are not allowed to enter your home or see your children. Our firm has a proven record of successfully handling criminal cases involving restraining orders.
Please contact our office today at (978) 327-5140 to set up an appointment for a free case evaluation with our restraining order defense lawyer in one of our three offices in Methuen, Burlington, and Boston.
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