Camden County Restraining Order Lawyers

A domestic violence restraining order can turn a person's life upside down. Apart from the possibility of facing any criminal charges related to domestic violence, a temporary restraining order (TRO) has an immediate and possibly very serious impact. You may be forced to leave your home with no possibility of contacting your spouse or children.

Failing to abide by the terms of a restraining order is a crime in and of itself. If the order is made permanent as a final restraining order (FRO), you will have to live with the terms of that order for the foreseeable future.

You need to take action to ensure that your side of the story is heard and that your rights are respected. Failing to do so can have you facing a permanent change in many of the parts of your life that you may take for granted, such as where you live, contact with your children and even whether you can possess a firearm.

AV Preeminent Rated* Criminal Defense Against Restraining Orders

At Hagner & Zohlman, LLC, we are committed to protecting the rights of those accused of any crime, including domestic violence. We offer our exceptional criminal defense to those facing a TRO, an FRO or accusations of having violated an order for protection. With more than 50 years of combined experience, we have the skills necessary to help you fight for the future you want.

Attorney John Zohlman is a former prosecutor who brings that perspective to the aid of the clients he is defending. He builds cases that take into account how a prosecutor is likely to respond. His record of success during his more than 20 years of defending his clients has helped him earn an AV Preeminent rating* from Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system.

Contact The Camden County Restraining Order Attorneys Of Hagner & Zohlman, LLC

If you or a loved one is facing a restraining order, you need to take action to secure the resolution you need. Let our highly effective criminal defense attorneys build the case you need. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our New Jersey protective order attorneys, call 856-320-5322 or contact us online.