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Restraining orders issued in New Jersey - NJ may include harassment. If you have been issued a restraining order, you are not allowed to contact the person who asked for a restraining order in any way. Many people do not realize that this means you can not call the person who issued the restraining order. Also, you can not contact this person in any way, including text messaging, email, twitter etc...
To protect your self you should seek out the advise of an attorney experience in family law and criminal law. Based on your circumsatnces surrounding the harassment restraining order, you may want to have a restraining order issued against the person who issued one against you. This way, you can be certain that the law is now applying to them and now they can not contact you either.
Many people make the mistake of getting back together with thier partner after the restraining order is issued. If the police find you anywhere near the person that issued the restraining order, you can go to jail. In New Jersey restraining orders do not expire. If you get back together with your former partner you absolutely must have this person go throught the legal process to dismiss the restraining order. If you do not do this, you may wind up in jail.
Know the facts about restraining order. Find an attorney with experience that you can trust. Anthony Carbone has been practicing law since 1988. He has handled hundreds of cases. He has help many people in the state of NJ include people from Hudson county, Essex county, Union county, Bergen county. Call today for a FREE consultation at (201) 963-6000.Content