Skilled Orders Of Protection Lawyer: Family Court And Criminal Defense
When you are subject to an order of protection, there are many restrictions imposed on your life. You need to be sure that you fully understand all of these restrictions, or else you could face additional criminal charges related to a violation of an order of protection.
As a seasoned criminal defense attorney, I have over 25 years of experience serving clients in Queens, Brooklyn, New York City and The Bronx, as well as Nassau and Suffolk County. I draw on this experience and the skills I have gained through the years as a lawyer to provide assertive and efficient representation to my clients. Schedule a free initial consultation and see how I can help you!
Orders Of Protection In New York — And What You Need To Know
Protective orders, commonly called orders of protection, in New York, can be issued by both family courts and criminal courts. These orders restrict many different things and can:
- Prevent you from going to your house
- Prevent you from contacting loved ones
- Keep you from visiting your family or other loved ones even away from the home
If you do not follow these orders, even by accident, you can face criminal charges or family court violations. It is important that you understand all of the restrictions in a protective order, so that you are not subject to these additional charges. Even answering a phone call from the person who is the subject of the order of protection can land you in jail. I can offer the guidance you need to remain in compliance with these orders.
I can also help you get protective orders lifted. Orders for protection are often issued based only on the word of an alleged victim. To make sure that your side of the story is told, you need an effective advocate on your side. I will use my advanced trial skills and extensive preparation techniques to craft a powerful argument for you.
How To Contact Our Law Firm
To learn more about orders of protection in family court and criminal defense, call the Law Office of Luke Scardigno at 718-414-6186, or fill out my online contact form. My office is conveniently located just across the street from the Queens County Criminal Court building. My fees are reasonable, and payment plans are available so that you can get the representation you deserve in a way that fits your financial situation.
Spanish, Italian and Greek language services are available.