False allegations when an order of protection is in place can lead to big problems, and it’s vital that you take an active role in pushing back against unfounded Criminal Contempt charges.
Not only can it protect your freedom and your future, but by proving a pattern of abuse of the system, the person who is seeking to harm you may end up in trouble of their own.
If you haven’t violated an Order of Protection and are fighting a false allegation, the case comes down to evidence.
What is the evidence that you were where the person says you were?
What is the evidence that you improperly contacted them?
At Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino, we understand that every case we defend comes down to the evidence, so we build sturdy cases that reflect actual, provable events.
Don’t get railroaded by a malicious person with an axe to grind.
Call us today at 718-523-1111 for a free consultation.