Civil Harassment Restraining Orders (CHRO) can be difficult, both in obtaining an order and in defending against such allegations. More often than not, this sort of litigation is both emotional and a serious legal proceeding, as it seeks to restrain a person’s civil liberties. It can have far-reaching effects in your future.
If you feel like you have been harassed, threatened or assaulted and you need a court-issued restraining order to protect you, call Ms. Linder today for a confidential evaluation.
If you have been served a complaint for a CHRO, or if someone has already obtained a temporary restraining order against you, it is important that you seek legal advice immediately since the hearings for these cases are usually 14-21 days after you have been served. Don’t delay — call Ms. Linder today to find out what your rights and responsibilities are.