Can a Business file for a Protection Order?

Can a Business file a Protection Order? A Civil Lawyer’s | Attorney’s Perspective based on Experience. In general, no but …. In general, a business cannot file a civil protection order  directly (there are exceptions for businesses that file on behalf of a vulnerable adults but no such exceptions for harassment, threats or sexual misconduct). …

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Vulnerable Adult Protection Orders

Vulnerable Adult Protection Order Litigation. An Experienced Lawyer | Attorney’s Perspective If you have been served with a Vulnerable Adult Protection Order and are considering fighting it, preview the below material as well as our section on fighting a protection orders.  If you are looking to pursue a Vulnerable Adult Protection Order with or without…

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Sexual Assault Protection Orders

Sexual Assault Protection Order Litigation. An Experienced Lawyer | Attorney’s Perspective “Victims who do not report the crime still desire safety and protection from future interactions with the offender. Some cases in which the rape is reported are not prosecuted. In these situations, the victim should be able to seek a civil remedy requiring that…

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Domestic Violence Protection Orders

Civil Domestic Violence Protection Order Litigation. An Experienced Lawyer | Attorney’s Perspective If you have been served with a Domestic Violence Protection Order and are considering fighting it, read the section on fighting a protection order as well as the content below.  If you are looking to pursue a Domestic Violence Protection order with or…

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Filing Anti-Harassment | Stalking Protection Orders

Antiharassment Protection Orders.  A Lawyer’s | Attorney’s Perspective these Civil Actions “Serious, personal harassment through invasions of a person’s privacy by an act, acts, or words showing an intent to coerce, intimidate, or humiliate the victim is increasing. The legislature finds the prevention of such harassment is an important governmental objective, and that victims should…

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Should I file for a Civil Order Seeking Protection?

Should I file for a Civil Order Seeking Protection? A Civil Lawyer’s | Attorney’s Perspective based on Experience. If you have read the section on Using Civil Orders of Protection to Address Harassment, Domestic Violence, Unwanted Sexual Behavior or Vulnerable Adult Abuse, you have a broad idea of what orders are available and what they…

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Fighting False Accusations in Protection Orders

Litigating and Fighting False Accusations in Protection Orders. An Experienced Lawyer | Attorney’s Perspective All six types of protection orders, Antiharassment Protection Orders, Stalking Protection Orders, Domestic Violence Protection Orders, Sexual Assault Protection Orders, Vulnerable Adult Protection Orders and Extreme Risk Protection Orders were created to serve legitimate purposes; however, they are not always filed or used for…

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Expunging, Vacating or Removing a Felony Conviction

Expunging, Vacating or Removing a Felony Conviction. A Washington Criminal Defense Lawyer | Attorney’s Perspective. As criminal defense lawyers | attorneys, one of the most pleasurable and generally simple steps to take in a criminal case is helping clients remove | vacate | expunge an old felony conviction (RCW 9.94A.640) because they have moved forward…

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