Restraining Orders

A victim will most likely seek a restraining order if he or she has made allegations of domestic physical violence. Specific terms of a restraining order may differ based upon the particular case. A restraining order usually prohibits a person from coming within a certain distance of the victim, contacting the victim in any way, or otherwise harrassing or intimidating the victim. Contact a Temecula Criminal Defense Attorney today

California Restraining Orders and Domestic Violence

In California, a domestic violence victim may seek a Emergency Protective Order (EPO), Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Order (TRO or DVTRO) or Criminal Protective Order (CPO). At Anwar Law, our San Diego County domestic violence lawyers are experienced in representing clients who have been accused of domestic violence and have been served restraining orders. We are familiar in dealing with all types of court orders as they relate to domestic abuse.