Violations of Injunction defense attorneys in Brevard County
Brevard County Criminal Defense Attorney
Dating, family, and domestic relations can become quite volatile, especially when money, support, or custody matters are in dispute. Once an IFP (Injunction For Protection) has been issued by a judge to protect someone from violence it can be easily violated, or exaggerated claims can be made alleging violations have occurred. This is just one of the reasons for fighting an initial restraining order.
If you have been arrested or believe you may be arrested for any violations no matter how minor, do not answer questions or discuss the matter at all until you have spoken with an experienced Brevard County criminal defense attorney who will take action on your behalf. Any investigator, regardless of what he or she claims, is looking for evidence of guilt. Any admission, even a joking comment, may be used against you later on.
Criminal Defense Lawyer in Brevard County
Conviction of a violation of an injunction can result in serious criminal penalties including incarceration, fines, visitation rights and other severe restrictions. Because the public has a strong concern regarding domestic violence, intimidation, assault, battery, stalking and child abuse, law enforcement officers can be overly quick to see wrongdoing and provide exaggerated reports to prosecutors who are eager to get convictions. A talented injunction violation defense lawyer at our firm has created a long record of successful outcomes for clients facing criminal charges.
You have the right to a powerful defense. Our legal team has years of experience in resolving complicated criminal cases. Take immediate action. Discuss your unique circumstances with a skilled criminal defense lawyer at Kernan & Austin, LLC to find out what can be done.
Contact a Brevard County criminal defense attorney with our firm who is committed to protecting clients from conviction on criminal charges.