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Tampa Restraining Order
Tampa Restraining Order
If someone is seeking a Tampa Restraining Order against you, you should strongly consider retaining an experienced and aggressive tampa criminal defense lawyer to represent you at the hearing. We at Restraining Order Blog strongly urge you to fight like hell at the very first Tampa Restraining Order hearing, before the order is made permanent!
While a Tampa Restraining Order is a civil order, it appears on your HCSO (criminal record). A Tampa Restraining Order gives the recipient enormous power over you; the complainant need only telephone the Tampa Police to report having seen you drive by her home to have you arrested – which if true, of course, is a crime in Tampa.
You ex wife/girlfriend may even enlist the "aid" of her new boyfriend, who will jump at the chance to "eliminate his competition" by lying in support of her, to have you put away in Jail or Prison!
Moreover, if you have already been arrested because the complainant accused you of domestic assault and battery or some other crime, the hearing on the Tampa Restraining Order may be your lawyer’s only chance to cross-examine the complainant. Such an opportunity may prove critical to your defense against the Tampa Restraining Order.
Tampa Restraining Order Blog is not meant to harass, directly or indirectly contact, harm, imtimidate, bring any emotional distress, stalk or cyberstalk, nor intentionally slander or damage any individual in any way.
Nor is our Blog intended to initiate any third party contact on behalf of any poster or author, or violate a current restraining order in any way. If you feel there is anything on our Tampa Restraining Order Blog that is slanderous, untrue, or illegal, please bring it to our attention.