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Protection from Abuse / Harassment / Restraining Orders

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Plaintiff (person requesting protection) representation: 

If you have experienced abuse or threats of domestic violence, or are being harassed, you can count on compassionate and zealous representation from the Law Offices of Cameron T. Ellis. We can help you navigate the PFA / PFH complaint process, and help get your the protection you need.

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Defending Protection from Abuse or Harassment case: 

As a criminal defense firm, we usually represent defendant’s or those charged with protection orders against them. Whether the order was filed against you for a legitimate reason, was done in spite, or if the allegations of abuse or harassment are completely false, Attorney Ellis has the experience to defend you to the best resolution possible. There are unique ways to defend against PFAs and after representing dozens of people charged with unnecessary PFAs filed against them, we have learned what works to fight in a very pro-plaintiff area of law. Every PFA or PFH case has so much going on behind what is alleged in the order against you. Speak with a lawyer who will take the time to understand the unique dynamics of the relationship or events that lead up to the order being filed. Those behind the scenes facts are what will matter when strategizing your defense in negotiation and at trial. 

Due to the rapid fire, quick court dates in these cases, it is critical to get help from an a lawyer who is experienced in PFA or PFH defense in order to have your rights protected and get the support and defense you need during these stressful times.

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Why you should contact a PFA / PFH lawyer if served with a temporary order: 

If a temporary order for protection was placed against you, there is a lot at stake and a short window to stand up and fight to avoid serious consequences. You could lose your right to use and possess firearms/ammunition, and your ability to talk to family members, or even be around your children. Both temporary and final PFA and PFH orders can also result in criminal violations of the order, with minor or technical violations leading to criminal charges that will cause you to be thrown in jail for the very first violation. 

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