Monday, May 16, 2016

What do you do if you have a Temporary Restraining Order [TRO] against you in New Jersey?

  You were smart to research what to do if you have a Temporary Restraining Order against you in New Jersey.  Gathering knowledge is an important first step in fighting your New Jersey TRO.

     What do you do next?  Gathering evidence is crucial; so much is at risk.  Gather phone records, witnesses, and any documentation that could help your case.  The Court does not allow much time between the issuance of a TRO and the hearing date; time is off the essence.  The hearing for he Final Restraining Order, or FRO, is scheduled within 10 days of the TRO being issued.

     What should you do after gathering evidence?  Meeting with and retaining an attorney who is both experienced and skilled in fighting TROs is crucial; so much is on the line!  If a Final Restraining Order is issued, it will impact you ability to obtain a firearm, and, could affect your work as well.  There are other ramifications; that is the subject of a future blog.

     E-mail Christopher J. Basner, P.C., today, at basneresq@me.com; I will e-mail you actual Court Orders demonstrating that I have gotten TRO cases dismissed for clients.  Of course, the names are redacted, or erased from the Order to protect client privacy.  Of course, I cannot guarantee you that I can get your TRO dismissed; each case is different.  And, although this is lawyer marketing material, I can promise you that if you retain me, I will fight for you and fight your TRO!

     Christopher J. Basner, Esq.., fights to defend Temporary Restraining Orders for New Jersey clients in Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, Mercer, Atlantic, and Cape May Counties; primarily.

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