Injunctions

Are You Facing A Possible Injunction?

Injunctions are a legal instrument that typically stops someone from doing something. It often is used in domestic violence situations where one individual has engaged in a variety of criminal actions against another who resides with them.

They may also be used in many other situations involving other individuals or businesses, and may also be called a temporary restraining order (TRO), and most orders for protection are a type of an injunction. If you face these charges, Adam Chrzan, Attorney At Law, can help.

Domestic Violence

For these cases, the party requesting the injunction either has been subject to domestic violence or has "reasonable cause to believe he or she is in imminent danger of becoming a victim of domestic violence." The judge will look at a wide variety of elements to make this determination.

Ex Parte Order

A judge may grant the order "ex parte," meaning you do not need to be present. If granted, a hearing is then set to determine the duration of the injunction. It may be in force for a specific period or may have no expiration date. If you fail to appear at the hearing, it is very likely the injunction will be granted. You need to have a lawyer to argue on your side during this hearing.

In addition to preventing your contact with an individual, these injunctions can prohibit your possessing a firearm. Even if you are not convicted of a crime, you could still face this type of injunction if someone claims you have threatened them with violence. To prevent your loss of your right to hunt or use a gun, you need an experienced attorney representing your rights at this hearing.

And injunctions apply to much more than just domestic violence. If you have a dispute with a neighbor and things become heated, it is possible the other party could file for an injunction if they feel threatened. Our attorney, Adam Chrzan, can help protect your interests.

Free Initial Consultations

Time is not your friend when dealing with an injunction. Call our office in Vero Beach, Florida, at 772-410-3722. When our attorney is out of office, and on nights and weekends, your call is forwarded to our attorney's cellphone, so he can quickly return your call.