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Avoiding a No Contact Order in your Washington Domestic Violence Charge
Avoiding a No Contact Order in your Washington Domestic Violence Charge

If you are charged with a Washington state domestic violence charge, the judge will likely issue a no contact order against you at your arraignment. For this reason, it is extremely important to have a Lynnwood domestic violence attorney involved in your defense as soon as ...

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