We recently represented a client in New York that was charged with Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree. The allegation was based upon a violation of a restraining order issued on behalf of our client’s former spouse.
Our firm did an extensive investigation into the matter and presented our findings to the District Attorney.
In the end the District Attorneys office agreed that our client did not violate the essence of the restraining order based upon the information presented by our firm.
On the second court date the Prosecutor’s office moved to dismiss the charge against our client.