Restraining orders and orders of protection are meant to protect abused people from their abusers; however, like any legal action, they can be mistakenly applied. When this happens, family members may be wrongfully restrained from being in their own homes. If you or a loved one are facing such a situation, you should speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney right away. Even if you do not agree with the restraining order, if one is in effect (even temporarily) you must follow it to the letter or you will very likely be arrested and be criminally charged for the violation. Mike is a former state prosecutor who understands the court system and judges' criteria for issuing and extending restraining orders.
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