If you were served with a “Request for Protective Order” and notice of hearing, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney in Salt Lake City at Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat, LLP.
If the allegations are false or exaggerated, an attorney can help you defend yourself against the false allegations.
At the court hearing, the judge decides whether to extend the protective order and determines how long it will be in place.
A protective order can require the petitioner to: The Temporary Protective Order requires you not to have any contact with the Petitioner and not to abuse, or threaten to abuse, anyone protected by this order.
Were you served with a petition for a protective order?
If so, contact the attorneys in Salt Lake City at Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat, LLP.
At the hearing, both the Petitioner and the Respondent can present evidence.