Injunctions for Stalking

Posted: December 10, 2018 | Categories: Injunctions

When someone repeatedly follows, harasses, and threatens others, it can cause substantial emotional distress, anxiety, and fear. If this happened to you, our attorneys can help you file an injunction for stalking. We can also help you fight to clear your name if someone filed an unwarranted injunction against you. If you unknowingly violated a…

Injunctions for Sexual Violence

Posted: December 10, 2018 | Categories: Injunctions

Florida allows the victims of sexual violence to petition for protection by limiting the contact a violent sexual offender — or alleged violent sexual offender — has with the victim and their family. While injunctions for domestic violence cover conflicts between spouses, former spouses, and other familial relationships, injunctions for sexual violence apply to friends,…

Injunctions for Repeat Violence

Posted: December 10, 2018 | Categories: Injunctions

Florida law allows victims of threats and violent acts to file injunctions against those who threaten them. These injunctions prevent the violent party — or alleged violent party — from contacting the victims or their family. If you need to file for an injunction for repeat violence or fight an unwarranted restraining order in St….

Injunctions for Dating Violence

Posted: December 10, 2018 | Categories: Injunctions

Violence is all too common when a relationship ends. When it occurs between two people who are dating, an injunction for dating violence may come into play. If someone you were dating acted violently or hurt you, the Goldman Wetzel team can help you file for a dating violence injunction. If someone else filed for…

New FL Law Increases the Penalties for Repeated Restraining Order Violations

Posted: July 26, 2016 | Categories: Injunctions

In September 2015, Senator Joseph Abruzzo (D) proposed a new bill that would stiffen the penalties for repeated restraining order violations. The legislation, SB 380, elevates the crime of a violation of restraining order, or injunction for protection, to a felony if the offender has been convicted two or more times previously for the same…