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Restraining Order Attorney in Tampa Florida

Why Should I Hire an Injunction or Restraining Order Attorney?

A restraining order or an injunction for protection can be a powerful tool to help victims of domestic violence, stalking or other threatening behavior protect themselves and their loved ones.

Why Should I Contact an Injunction or Restraining Order Lawyer?

If someone has filed an injunction against you, it is important that you discuss your situation with an experienced criminal defense lawyer to learn about your rights and options. In many cases, it may be in your best interest to defend against the injunction.

You may be prohibited from coming within a set physical distance of the person who sought the injunction and in some situations, you may also be prevented from having any type of contact with that person by phone, email or any other method of communication.

If you are a parent, you may be prevented from seeing or having contact with your own children if their other parent files a domestic injunction against you.

If an injunction is ordered against you, some of the consequences you could face include:

  • Being forced out of your home if you currently live with the person who filed the injunction;
  • Possible arrest and criminal charges if you continue to have any contact with the person who requested the restraining order;
  • Difficulty securing housing, employment or educational opportunities as a result of the injunction appearing in your criminal background check;
  • Being barred from purchasing weapons or firearms, in addition to surrendering any weapons that you may own;

Because an injunction issued in Florida is enforceable nationwide, the consequences of the injunction will continue even if you leave the state.

Why Fernandez & Hernandez?

An injunction is a civil procedure where a person asks a judge to issue an order for protection against another individual. There are four types of injunctions in Florida, including:

If a judge issues a restraining order, you will be restricted or barred from having contact with the person who requested the order, as well as any other individuals named in the injunction.

Injunctions are designed to protect people who are in imminent danger of actual physical harm. The injunction process can proceed very quickly. This can be beneficial in situations where there is an actual danger of violence or other harm.  It can also result in very serious and potentially life‑changing consequences for a person who has been targeted by a restraining order for purposes of revenge or other invalid reasons. If someone files an injunction against you, you will have a very short time in which to prepare a defense before your court date, an event that could change your life.

If you have been the victim of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Repeat Violence, or Sexual violence, or if you have been served with a petition for a temporary injunction, you may hire an attorney to represent you in the matter.

If you are a victim, contact a lawyer to discuss the possibility of filing a petition for a temporary injunction.  If you have been served with a petition for a temporary injunction, contact a lawyer to discuss your options and any possible defenses to the petition. The criminal defense lawyers at Fernandez & Hernandez have represented clients in this situation. Many of these proceedings have resulted in a favorable resolution. Criminal defense attorney Daniel J. Fernandez can help guide you through the process.

The laws governing protective orders and injunctions in Florida are highly complex.  It is important to act quickly and secure legal representation if someone is seeking an injunction against you. The attorneys at Fernandez and Hernandez have experience defending against injunctions in Florida and will work vigorously to protect your rights, and in many cases, may be able to prevent the injunction from being issued against you. Our qualifications and background are available to you. Attorneys Daniel Fernandez and Martin Hernandez are bilingual as well.

If you have been the victim of, or accused of violence in the Tampa Bay area, you may need the assistance of an attorney to get a favor resolution of the matter.  Call Tampa criminal defense lawyer Daniel J. Fernandez of Fernandez & Hernandez for a free consultation now.

Call Tampa Criminal Defense Attorney, Daniel J. Fernandez of Fernandez & Hernandez at 813‑229‑5353 or read more at: CriminalDefenseLawyerTampa.com

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Daniel J. Fernandez

Daniel J. Fernandez

Daniel J. Fernandez defends individuals charged with a misdemeanor and felony criminal offenses throughout the Tampa Bay area and the State of Florida. With more than 30 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney and hundreds of jury trials, Daniel earned tremendous accolades from judges, other lawyers, defendants, and even jurors. Daniel started his legal career as a state prosecutor and became the chief of the Narcotics division before opening his own law practice in 1985.

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