Rhode Island no contact order violations
When any person is suffering from domestic abuse that person may file a complaint with the district court requesting that a no contact order be set in place to protect him or her from future abuse.
Further any person, or parent, custodian, or legal guardian of a minor child may on behalf of that child, who is suffering from domestic abuse or sexual exploitation, may file a complaint with family court requesting a no contact order be set in place to protect that child from future harm.
When a no contact order is set in place the person whom the order is against may not contact the other party. If that person does contact the complainant, it is considered a misdemeanor violation and then they will be subject to a fine and possible imprisonment or both.
Contact no contact order violations lawyer John L. Calcagni, III
For more information contact Rhode Island Domestic Violence Lawyer John L. Calcagni, III at (401) 351-5100 to schedule a free consultation.