Tampa injunction attorneys are often asked how exactly to get an injunction for their projection. It is also important to explain how our office can assist you in obtaining an injunction. As we have discussed elsewhere on our Tampa injunction attorney blog, there are many different forms of injunctions in Florida.
The most common injunction folks seek concerns domestic violence. Anyone that is a victim of domestic violence or has a reasonable cause to believe he or she is in danger of domestic violence can get an injunction. Under Florida law, domestic violence is considered any form of assault, aggravated assault, battery, sexual assault, sexual battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, kidnapping, false imprisonment, and any physical harm or death that was caused by another household member. It is worth noting that Florida law doesn’t require a conviction for the above-referenced crimes for it to satisfy the requirements to obtain an injunction.
A Tampa injunction attorney will assist you in preparing the initial injunction and arguing for the injunction at your hearing. Additionally, there is significant Florida case law on injunctions concerning the legal requirements and evidentiary standards required for the granting of an injunction. During the final injunction hearing, our advocacy skills will assist in effectively cross examining the respondent in the case to ensure the requirements of the injunction are met. Our office will also assist in gathering the documents required for success during the injunction hearing.
If you or someone you know has questions concerning obtaining a Florida injunction, contact the Tampa injunction attorneys of Hackworth Law for a free case consultation. We have experience both defending and prosecuting injunction cases. This gives us unique experience in handling these sorts of cases since we have experience on both sides of these cases. Thank you for the time in checking out our Tampa injunction attorney blog, we look forward to hearing from you.