Restraining / Stalking Orders

Restraining and Stalking Orders should be taken seriously. When someone has a Restraining order or Stalking order against them there are certain collateral consequences that apply to that person (i.e., they lose their 2nd Amendment right to bear arms). Current practice in many courts is to quick-set these matters for hearings where you are only given up to one-hour to present your case. Our approach is to carefully evaluate your case and then make the determination if your case is appropriate to be quick-set or rather, to have your day in court when you are not restricted in presenting your case.