Domestic Violence No-Contact Order Defense
Accusations of Domestic Violence can be overwhelming and terrifying. Evergreen Criminal Defense will work diligently to limit or eliminate the consequences you face. These consequences most often include No-Contact orders entered by the court that in effect vacate the defendant from their home. It is a major upheaval and affects the accused’s entire life and family. Get my skilled, proven help with getting your No-Contact order lifted ASAP.
If you’ve been accused of domestic violence (DV) and are subject to a No-Contact Order, it can feel as though the entire world is against you. Evergreen Criminal Defense will help you through this difficult situation; working closely with you throughout your case and keeping you informed as it progresses to get the no-Contact Order lifted without delay so you can return home if that’s what you want to do or at least not be subject to being charged for violating the order. Some No-Contact order violations can be felonies carrying 60 months prison time if you are convicted – for each violation. These order violations can even include making calls to the alleged victim (protected party under the NCO) from the jail, as the jail staff listen to, record and document those calls for the police and the prosecutor.
DV cases are complicated and often progress quickly in Washington. If you are facing allegations of DV with a No-Contact Order in place as a condition of your release, or a Protection Order Violation of any kind, you need an experienced aggressive but tactful attorney who will create a proactive defense for your case and help you take the steps conducive to getting the NCO lifted. With 30 years of experience and thousands of cases with consistently positive results, Evergreen Criminal Defense is ready to take immediate action on your behalf.
Call (425) 355-5300 today for a free consultation and case evaluation with attorney Phil Weinberg of Evergreen Criminal Defense.
About Domestic Violence (DV) and No-Contact orders in Washington
The term “domestic violence” does not describe a specific crime; but a number of crimes it is possible to commit against a person that you share a domestic relationship with. The relationship between the defendant and alleged victim is what determines if a crime is considered DV or not. A few examples of a domestic relationship are; spouses or former spouses, adults related by blood or marriage, parents of a child, adults that are living together or have in the past and adults engaged in a dating relationship. In any assault or other crime (e.g., harassment, phone harassment, Threats, property destruction, stalking or cyberstalking, you need experienced help getting the No-Contact Order lifted. I will guide you carefully through that difficult process.
Attorney Phil Weinberg of Evergreen Criminal Defense has over 30 years of experience defending those who have had No-Contact Orders imposed at their arraignment and those accused of violating No-Contact Orders (aka “NCO’s”). For a free, personalized consultation call (425) 355-5300 today.
Fighting to Protect Your Rights & Reputation
The actions you take immediately following a DV incident can have a significant impact on the outcome of your case and how soon the NCO can be lifted or at least modified. I know the system and what works. During your free initial consultation, I will explain the court process for DV and identify the best strategies for your defense as well as how we can work together to get your NCO lifted. I also help those against whom someone is seeking a Domestic Violence Protection Order avoid entry of that order against them – violation of a DV Protection Order is a crime and can sometimes even be a felony, too.
If you’re facing DV charges, Evergreen Criminal Defense is ready to help.
As the owner and managing attorney of Evergreen Criminal Defense, I will put my expertise in defending against domestic violence charges in King and Snohomish counties to work for you. I will resist entry of a No-Contact order or if one is entered help you to qualify for getting it lifted as soon as possible. I’ve had great success in doing this for my clients.
If you are charged with domestic violence in Bellevue, Everett, Lynnwood, Kirkland, Issaquah, Mercer Island, Seattle, Redmond, Kent, Federal Way, Woodinville, Monroe, Bothell, Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace, Shoreline, Marysville or Arlington and have (or might get) a No-Contact Order (“NCO”) entered against you, please call me, Attorney Phil Weinberg, at (425) 355-5300 today for a thorough and free initial consultation and case evaluation.
Don’t delay – Get real, experienced and caring help now. Put my Record of Success to work for you. I look forward to hearing from you soon.