Skilled Representation for Tarpon Springs, FL, Residents Charged With Restraining Order Violations

Restraining Order Violation Tarpon Springs FLHave you been charged with violating a restraining order? Perhaps you texted or called the petitioner, you didn’t make it to a court-ordered counseling session, or you failed to turn over a weapon. There are any number of ways that someone can violate a restraining order, but no matter the circumstances, it’s important to seek assistance from a qualified criminal defense attorney. Being convicted of a restraining order violation can lead to serious consequences, potentially including significant fines and jailtime, so you’ll need to have an experienced advocate in your corner. Fortunately, residents of Tarpon Springs, Florida, and surrounding areas can turn to attorney Charles Holloway for representation.

Experienced & Trustworthy

Charles Holloway is one of the premier criminal defense attorneys serving the Tarpon Springs, FL, area, thanks in part to his extensive experience and his never-ending commitment to providing exceptional representation. He has been defending clients in this area since 1986, during which time he has tried more than 100 cases before juries. In addition to representing clients charged with restraining order violations, he handles DUIs, drug offenses, sexual offenses, and various other crimes. And, in some cases, he’s even able to help clients seal or expunge their criminal records to keep them restricted from public access. Although he’s unable to guarantee that cases will turn out a certain way, Charles Holloway promises to represent all of his clients with integrity and to the very best of his effort and ability.

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If you’re in the Tarpon Springs, FL, area and you’d like to learn more about the services Charles Holloway can provide to someone charged with a restraining order violation, contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation. We’re open on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and we’d be happy to set up an evening or weekend appointment if your schedule prevents you from meeting during normal business hours.