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Violation of a Protection Order Case Dismissed

Our client, a young man in his mid-20s found himself in an extremely difficult situation. He was married and the marriage ended poorly. Through the legal process of ending the marriage, his ex-wife requested and was granted a protection order. Protection orders are often a useful tool to keep the requesting party safe. However, there are times when the requesting party will use them not to keep safe but to maintain power over the other party. This was one of those times. Although the young man was in another state, he found himself charged with violation of a protection order. The charges were issued on a warrant in Franklin County Municipal Court.

He reached out to attorney Dan Sabol for assistance on the case. Attorney Sabol agreed to represent the young man on with his violation of a protection order charge. Through five court dates, attorney Sabol insisted upon his client’s innocence and was prepared to have a trial on the case. On the second jury trial date, before trial was to start, the prosecutor offered to dismiss the violation of a protection order charge upon the young man’s payment of court costs. Our client agreed and the case was dismissed.

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