If you have been the victim of domestic violence, threats of violence, or other stalking or menacing behavior, you may be entitled to the protection offered by a Civil Protection Order (CPO) or Civil Stalking Protection Order (CSPO). If you have been served with a CPO or CSPO that was filed against you, you need to consult with an attorney immediately to discuss your legal rights and the defense of your case. Gun owners and concealed handgun license holders that are served with a CPO or CSPO could be facing additional and longstanding legal implications that will affect their right to purchase, own, and / or lawfully carry firearms.
The attorneys at Barney DeBrosse ,LLC, have years of experience both prosecuting and defending CPO and CSPO cases and have participated in numerous trials. Both CPOs and CSPOs move at an accelerated pace on the court’s dockets and you may be facing a full trial in 7 – 10 days after the initial protective order is granted, so don’t delay in discussing your legal rights with an attorney.
Call us today to schedule your initial consultation.