Riverside Protective Order Defense Attorney
Protective orders violations in the wake of family violence are serious business. Temporary restraining orders must be abided by, to the letter — or the violator faces new and potentially harsh, life-changing penalties.
Have you been accused of domestic violence, such as stalking or harassment, or violation of a protective order in Riverside County or San Bernardino County?
If so, the only person who can protect your rights and prevent a return to jail is a skilled, experienced criminal defense lawyer — an attorney you can trust.
Catherine A. Schwartz, founder of the Law Offices of Schwartz & Godbey in Riverside, is exactly that kind of dedicated legal professional. For more than 30 years, Ms. Schwartz and her associates have made positive differences in the lives of many clients who faced charges of serious criminal offense. Our law firm’s team approach to safeguarding your interests translates to in-depth investigation of your arrest, skillful negotiations with prosecutors on your behalf and aggressive litigation before judge and jury if necessary.
But you must act now to ensure that your rights are protected. Prosecutors may be mounting a credible case against you, even as you read this. The stakes are too high for you to settle for being represented by a defense lawyer who is learning while on the job.
You do not want to go to jail, suffer heavy fines and be confronted later with strict probation conditions in the future — to say nothing of harm done to job and housing prospects, your right to own a firearm or visit your child after a divorce, and the legal ability to stay in the U.S. if threatened with deportation.
- Drug Sales and Possession
- Drug Trafficking and Possession Involving Opioids
- Sex Crimes
- DUI for Persons Under 21
- DUI for Recreational Marijuana
- Three Strikes/Violent Crimes
- Theft/While Collar Crimes
- Violent Crimes
- Domestic Violence Defence
- Gang Related Crimes
- Restraining Orders & Protective Orders
- Weapons Violations
- Internet Crime/Identity Theft
- Assault and Battery