Redding Restraining Order Violation Lawyer

Shasta County Restraining Order Defense Attorney

Violating a restraining order can be a criminal offense with serious consequences. You face the real possibility of jail time. If it hasn’t happened already, you could lose your child custody or visitation rights. You will have a criminal record and you may be prevented from working in certain occupations.

If you have been charged with violating a restraining order, you should not try representing yourself. Nor should you consider pleading guilty without the advice of a lawyer. You should hire a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.

My name is Joe Gazzigli, an experienced Redding restraining order violation attorney. I have more than 35 years of experience defending people accused of crimes in Northern California, including domestic violence, stalking, assault and other crimes. I will defend your rights and freedom.

Some people charged with restraining order violations try to represent themselves. They think that if they can only explain their actions, the judge will understand. That’s a big mistake, and one you can’t afford to make. Get legal help today.

Call me at 530-241-6900 to discuss your case.

Fighting for Your Rights

In any domestic disturbance case, there are two sides to the story. The same applies in a case involving an alleged violation of a restraining order. I will thoroughly examine all aspects of your case, including statements made by the witness, contents of phone calls you may have left, e-mails you allegedly sent and other evidence. I will look at the motives of the complainant and witnesses. I will try to find any exculpatory evidence I can when defending you. My goal will be to obtain a dismissal of the charge. If that is not possible, I will consider strategies to mitigate any penalties you may face.

Your future is at risk. Get a strong advocate on your side today.

Contact My Firm

To discuss your case and learn what I can do, call my Redding office at 530-241-6900 or send me an e-mail.