Have you found yourself on the receiving end of assault or battery charges in the Tampa area? I understand how daunting and damaging these charges can be. They are categorized as violent crimes, carrying serious penalties upon conviction, not to mention the potential damage to your reputation, future employment opportunities, and housing prospects.
The answer to this question isn’t straightforward and depends heavily on your specific case. Generally, if a judge granted the restraining order, it will remain in their records and potentially state criminal background databases.
However, in some instances, after a certain period or when specific conditions are fulfilled, there might be an opportunity to expunge it from active records or explore its removal from state record databases. The determining factor will ultimately be your individual circumstances and state laws regarding restraining orders and related records.
As a Tampa restraining order defense lawyer and Marine veteran, I make it my top priority to help you understand your rights. I’m ready to seek the most favorable outcome possible on your behalf.
The moment you’re accused, the clock starts ticking. You’re likely filled with worry and questions. Reach out to us today to schedule a free consultation. We’re here to help you navigate and move forward with your life.
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