Domestic Violence Protection Orders

Need an attorney to help you fight your restraining order?

If you've been accused of domestic violence, then you may have been served with a domestic violence protection order. This order may cause you to lose contact with your children and leave your family home, in addition to facing charges for domestic violence. A restraining order also goes on your public record and therefore can be seen by potential employers or anybody else who runs a background check on you.

Why Work with the Law Office of Lance R. Fryrear?

To prevent this from happening, contact my firm at once. I have numerous qualifications that make me the right choice for you, including:

  • More than 20,000 criminal cases handled
  • A perfect 10.0 rating from Avvo® and the Client's Choice Award for Criminal Defense
  • Experience as a former prosecutor that gives me valuable insight into the court system
  • Practicing criminal law for nearly 20 years

Call my office at (425) 224-7075 or submit an online form to schedule your free consultation, before it's too late! I offer high-quality representation at an affordable price.

Charged with violating your restraining order?

If you've already been served with a restraining order and have subsequently been arrested for violating your protective order, then you may be charged with a gross misdemeanor. Penalties for this offense could include:

  • Jail sentence of up to 1 year
  • Fines up to $5,000

If you've already violated the order, then penalties may be more serious and you could be charged with a felony!

Contact My Firm Today

Get defense that you can trust at the Law Office of Lance R. Fryrear. I have defended a number of domestic violence cases and have the legal skills you need on your side. Not convinced? Read testimonials from former clients that I defended and then discuss your case with me, for free!