Violation of VPO: Oklahoma City, OK: Martino Law Firm
If a VPO has been granted against you, it is a criminal violation if you violate that Order and you could be sent to jail. Contact can include something as simple as a text message or a Facebook post. Often times, the allegations are completely untrue and are made to the police by an upset ex-lover or disgruntled family member.
If you’ve been charged with violating a VPO, you need counsel to act quickly to make contact with the DA’s Office and/or the police to begin to tell your side of the story. If you are not adequately prepared to present evidence in your favor, you will be steam-rolled by your ex and the prosecution and may end up with a criminal conviction or worse, time in jail.