Being Served With a Temporary Restraining Order
Attorney Brian Freeman Explains What to Do If You are Charged with Domestic Violence.
In New Jersey, under the domestic violence statute, a TRO is a temporary restraining order; they are the initials T-R-O. It is very serious. If you have been served with a restraining order, you should immediately seek the assistance of an attorney because the consequences of having a final restraining order put into place could be detrimental to your employment, to your family life going forward. In New Jersey, unlike most states, a final restraining order in New Jersey is permanent, and it’s very difficult to have it removed or to have it vacated.
Have you or a loved one been served with a temporary restraining order in New Jersey? Let experienced Domestic Violence Attorney, Brian Freeman fight for your freedom.