When you are charged with violating a protective order or domestic violence injunction you are probably extremely nervous about what may result. No criminal charge should be taken lightly, especially the violation of a protective order or injunction. The court and the State will likely be unsympathetic to those that violate injunctions, especially when that injunction is related to a domestic violence case.

An injunction is commonly referred to as a “restraining order” and it prohibits or restricts your ability to have contact with another person, commonly the victim of a crime or act of domestic violence. A restraining order or injunction is usually granted to prevent threats of harm, physical violence, harassment, stalking or domestic abuse.

Violating an injunction, a first-degree misdemeanor, is a serious crime in the state of Florida and you can face up to 364 days in jail, twelve (12) months probation and a $1,000 fine.

When charged with the crime of violating a domestic violence injunction or protective order, no matter how insignificant it may seem, it is imperative to seek the help of a Miami criminal defense attorney as soon as possible in order to ensure your rights are protected and every possible defense is investigated and explored.

Led by attorney Daniel Izquierdo, the Izquierdo Law Firm will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected. I understand that any person charged with a crime is innocent until they are proven guilty.  Izquierdo Law Firm will seek justice in your case and do so in an Aggressive, Personalized and Compassionate manner.

No matter how severe the charge may be, the consequences that may result are serious–both in the short term and long term.  Izquierdo Law Firm, a Miami Criminal Defense Law Firm, understands the stress that this can cause a person and their loved ones.