A restraining order can have an enormous impact on your life. Whether you need a restraining order or, conversely, if you have received notice that a restraining order will be placed against you, a skilled and experienced East Brunswick restraining order lawyer can guide you through the process and protect your rights.
At the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., we have extensive experience helping clients in family law and criminal law matters. Attorney Goldblatt is a former municipal prosecutor. For more than 30 years, he has defended the rights of clients in criminal court and in family court. As a Freehold domestic violence attorney, he has knowledge of the system from every angle and can help you with your restraining order.
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Obtaining Restraining Orders for Victims
Although restraining orders are most commonly used to protect victims of domestic violence, a restraining order can be used to protect victims of many types of criminal behavior, including:
- Assault or domestic violence
- Criminal mischief
- Terroristic threats
If you have been abused, you should contact the police immediately. They can submit your case to a judge for a restraining order. Our East Brunswick restraining order lawyer can also help you acquire a restraining order for your protection. A judge will listen to your case and issue a temporary restraining order. A hearing will be set within the next week.
The hearing will be in front of a family court judge. Attorney Goldblatt can represent you at the hearing to present evidence and fight to protect you from future harm. We will fight to have the judge enter a permanent restraining order and secure the protection you need.
East Brunswick Restraining Order Lawyer Defending the Accused
Do you need assistance from a domestic violence defense attorney? If you have received notice that a restraining order has been filed against you or if you have been arrested, it is important that you retain help from an East Brunswick restraining order lawyer as soon as possible. Even a temporary restraining order can keep you from returning home.
A restraining order hearing will be held within a week of your receipt of notice. At the hearing, a judge can order anger management counseling, restrict your visitation rights or make you pay damages and attorney’s fees to your accuser.
As your East Brunswick restraining order lawyer, Mr. Goldblatt will aggressively represent you at this hearing. He will fight against a permanent restraining order and try to get the case dismissed. If that is not possible, he will negotiate for reduced penalties. Additionally, if you have violated a restraining order, attorney Goldblatt will fight to protect your rights and keep you out of jail.
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