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Lynnwood Defense Attorney - No Contact Orders

What is a No Contact Order?

If you have been charged with any type of domestic violence crime, a no-contact order may be issued against you by a judge at your first appearance in court. The consequences of this are often devastating and it will become necessary to have a Domestic Violence Defense Attorney on your side who has both a practical and direct approach to handling your case. It usually takes months to resolve any type of domestic violence charge, and a no-contact order is generally issued by the courts very early on in the proceedings. A no-contact order can prohibit you from contacting your family or returning to your home for the entire time the charge against you is pending.  If your matter is not handled properly by an attorney that focusses on domestic violence defense, it can take years for you and your family to recover from the emotional and financial repercussions of a no-contact order.

Please feel free to review my page on Avoiding a No Contact Order for practical answers to many of the questions you may have about how the court really thinks about no-contact orders and the best ways to avoid them or have them removed once they are issued. 

How Can a No Contact Order be Cancelled?

Only a judge can cancel a no-contact order. In my experience, I've found that sometimes a no-contact order can be issued due to a misinterpretation, a lapse in judgment, or in the worst case scenario, an accusation against an innocent person.  My name is Lance Fryrear and I have over 10 years of experience in domestic violence defense cases, plus seven years as a former prosecutor. I will do everything I can to help you petition the courts to avoid the consequences of a no contact order. To give yourself the best chance at obtaining a favorable outcome, it is crucial that you call me to schedule your free initial appointment and consultation. 

If you have been accused of domestic violence and a No Contact Order has been issued against you, you must Contact the Law Office of Lance R. Fryrear f or the strongest defense.

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