Restraining Order Defense Lawyer Moorestown NJ | Camden County
Knowledgeable Criminal Defense Attorney Fights Restraining Orders and Domestic Violence Charges in Moorestown, NJ
When an individual files a request for a restraining order, New Jersey judges tend to be cautious. Assuming some basic evidence supporting the request, such as testimony from a police officer, a judge will usually grant the temporary restraining order. This is especially true because the requests are usually made without the defendant, or defense counsel, present.
Reality is, the truth is often hard to detect in domestic cases. Plaintiffs (victims) request restraining orders for many reasons and they are not always well-intentioned. If you have been charged with domestic violence and are scheduled for a final restraining order hearing, it is critically important that you choose a criminal defense lawyer who will provide you with the aggressive legal representation you need to fight the FRO.
Why It’s Important to Fight a Final Restraining Order in Camden County
If you are accused of abuse, you need to understand how these allegations can have an impact on many areas of your life, including:
- Barred from returning to your own home: An FRO may keep you from going near your place of residence and preventing access to your own belongings
- Employment consequences, including professional licenses for medical workers and child care providers
- Limited access to guns, firearms and hunting permits
- Possible military consequences, including impact on security clearances
- Impact on child custody issues
Having the right attorney to address your concerns and support you through a difficult time is essential. Mr. Piper’s experience as both an astute criminal defense lawyer and a longtime family attorney enables him to protect his clients during challenging emotional circumstances.
Contact a Camden County Protective Orders Lawyer Today about Your FRO Hearing
After an initial consultation with New Jersey domestic violence attorney Stephen R. Piper, you will feel reassured that your case is in excellent hands. We will answer your questions, explain your rights and do everything possible to defend you against your domestic violence charges and final restraining order. Contact Mr. Piper’s Moorestown office to schedule your no-obligation appointment today.