Domestic Charges- No contact orders

January 18, 2017

Many times the most horrible part of facing domestic charges is the no contact order the judge places on the defendant at the time of arraignment on a new charge.   This causes major problems with families and children and many times this no contact order is in place until the case is resolved (and many times continues well after the case is over).  There are ways to get the no contact order dropped or at least amended.  Stefanie Murphy can help by either representing the defendant who is charged or represent the victim who would like to remove the no contact order.   Call today, 4013169423.

 

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