No Contact Orders & Domestic Violence
Parnell Defense, PLLC
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In many cases, domestic violence allegations arise out of a misunderstanding. However, when the police are called to investigate a domestic abuse call, they are required by law to arrest someone. In many cases, this can lead to criminal charges for domestic violence and the imposition of a no-contact order or other form of restraining order. If you are issued a no-contact order in Washington, you will also lose your constitutional right to bear arms. It is critical to consult an experienced lawyer right away to discuss your options and your defense strategy.
I am Washington criminal defense attorney Schöen Parnell. With offices in Lynwood and Kirkland, I provide relentless criminal defense representation to clients charged with domestic violence, gun crimes and other offenses throughout King and Snohomish counties. I have a reputation for fighting hard for clients, regardless of the facts of their cases. If you have been arrested and are facing a no-contact order, contact my law firm to arrange a free and confidential consultation.
The consequences for domestic violence are severe and may include:
Anti-harassment orders or other protective orders
Revocation of your gun rights
Confiscation of firearms and other weapons
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