Are you currently under a no contact order or restraining order in the state of Washington for a domestic violence charge? If you have been arrested for any type of violent crime or domestic violence, it is highly likely that there has been an order placed against you. This means that you will be unable to visit or come in contact with the person in question, even if that person is your spouse or your child. At the office of Thomas J. Cunnane, Inc., we understand how stressful it can be to be prevented from seeing your family, especially if you believe you were falsely accused.
If you were arrested for a crime and are now under a no contact order, our Everett criminal defense lawyer can request a hearing with the court. During this hearing, we can lay out certain evidence on your behalf and request that your conditions for release include getting rid of the provisions in the order. The alleged victim may testify during this hearing, allowing the court to have all of the information they need to make a decision.
Our purpose is to show that it is important for you to have contact and that you do not pose any threat towards the person in question. If your children were affected or named in the no contact order, we may use this information to show that they would be better off having contact with you.
Our legal team has more than 20 years of experience and therefore realize that every situation and case is different. To make an appointment for a free initial consultation to discuss your unique circumstances, call us today at (425) 559-7970.