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A Protective order is issued in order to protect a child, spouse or former relative or sometimes even a friend or a co-worker from the person who the protective order is filed against. When this protective order is filed the person who it is filed against is prevented from making contact with who the protective order is filed against.
As a Tulsa criminal defense attorney we can help you get a protective order against a former spouse, relative, friend or a former co-worker. Getting a protective order against someone is not very difficult.
If you have violated a protective order, then you will be given a class A misdemeanor and could be given up to one year in prison. You could also face up to a $4000 fine.
Violating a protective order is considered a serious offense. If you have a prior criminal history and then you then proceed to violate a protective order it could double or triple your would be crimes. You could spend up to 10 years in prison for violating a protective order if you have a past criminal record.
It is possible that you could still be arrested even if you and the person you had a filed a protective order against had planned on working things out. You could still be arrested as long as the protective order is still in place.
It is very important that you contact a Tulsa Criminal Defense attorney if you and a person has filed a proactive order against you plan on reconciling. This could prevent you from getting arrested for violating a protective. It could also open the way for you and your former friend/spouse/child to be able to reconcile in a legal way.
If you are seeking a Tulsa criminal defense attorney to help you reconcile please contact us at the Hanson & Hanson Law Firm at (918) 409-0634.