Is An Order Of Protection Automatically Put In Place When Domestic Violence Charges Are Filed?
Attorney Myles L. Berman explains a protective order, stay away order or no contact order is usually ordered which prohibits contact between the alleged offender and the alleged victim, at least during the pendency of the case. If there is a conviction, the order could be imposed as part of the sentencing order. A judge has the authority to put such a order in place for up to 10 years. The consequences of violating a protective order or stay away order can be substantial and severe.
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Description: If there is a conviction, the order could be imposed as part of the sentencing order. A judge has the authority to put such an order in place for up to 10 years.
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