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Violation of a Restraining Order in Nevada

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If you have been served a temporary protective order (TPO) in Nevada, it is imperative to take the appropriate course of action in challenging the order and working to avoid having an extended protective order (EPO) against you. However, if you violate the terms of the TPO, you risk facing severe penalties.

At the Law Office of David R. Fischer, we can build a vigorous defense strategy against your charges. Our Las Vegas criminal defense attorney is committed to getting your charges reduced or dismissed.

Restraining Order Laws & Violation Penalties

A Nevada order of protection can be filed by an individual who feels that he or she has been abused, harassed, or stalked or if the parent of a child feels that his or her child has been abused, harassed, or stalked. This order is meant to force the adverse party to refrain from contacting, threatening, or otherwise inferring with the applicant of the order.

Violating a restraining order is considered a misdemeanor in Nevada. It is punishable by a maximum jail sentence of six months, fines of up to $1,000, as well as payments for the victim’s attorney fees and medical bills. If you are also found guilty of domestic violence, of these penalties may be imposed in addition to the penalties associated with a domestic violence conviction.

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Our Las Vegas criminal defense attorney can assess your case and determine the best way to approach your case to help you avoid a conviction. We will make every effort to resolve your case without a trial or find any alternative sentencing medium.

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