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Asked on: 2/20/12, 12:30 pm

I had a TRO placed on my by an ex-roommate claiming I threatened their life. This allegation is not true, but since it will be their word and their 2 friends (both ex room mates, one boyfriend of the accuser, and another close friend) against mine, I am unsure of what to do and what the ramifications could potentially be if they won their case. I have no priors, no violent background, and this is in New Jersey.

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Answered on: 2/20/12, 1:20 pm by Gary Moore

You need the services of an experienced criminal lawyer. A finding of domestic violence against you will show up when you are stopped by the police and when you go to the airport to leave the country. It will also pose a problem for many forms of employment, such as teaching school or working as a doctor. Call me , if you like.


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Answered on: 2/20/12, 5:18 pm by Robert Davies

You really do not want to be found guilty of domestic violence.

I do a lot of defense work in this area. Call me, and I will assist you.

Robert Davies, Attorney

201 820 3460


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