Temporary Restraining Order Dismissed Fully Against Client In Two Day Trial Ending on Feb 16, 2022
FACTS: Our client, Glenn, was in the process of divorcing his wife when his wife, Claudia, chose to pursue a Temporary Restraining Order against him. We always felt that he was kicked out of the house not because he was a violent person as wife alleged, but, rather, that the wife wanted him to get out of the house so that she doesn’t have to co-parent and live with someone who wanted to divorce. When we first met Glenn, he indicated that his wife had gotten a restraining order against him. He was obviously not present when she went to court (by herself) and complained of a variety of accusations against him to (1) keep him away from the house; and (2) to get a move-out order so that he can’t remain in the office. The original judge that read her initial papers agreed that he was harassing her. Therefore, that Judge agreed to give wife a “kick out order” and have her have full custody of their child. When we met Glenn, we knew we had a great case on our hands. We started putting together our trial exhibits. They consisted of not only photos, but audio, videos and other pieces of evidence that would prove that she was the one harassing him. We engaged in a two day trial starting 2/15/22 through 2/16/22. Thankfully, our trial Judge patiently allowed us to introduce over 25 exhibits in our client’s favor. The end result can be seen at the bottom of the attachment we have provided a link below. At KIA LAW FIRM, we don’t just tell you we get cases dismissed, for over 10 years, we have successfully demonstrated our RECENT RESULTS in writing. Other law firms claim that they get cases dismissed but have no proof. At KIA LAW FIRM, we believe you deserve to not only read our wins, but you should see it yourself.
If you find yourself in a restraining order situation where you believe someone is falsely accusing you of harassment or a course of conduct that results in them getting a restraining order issued against you, contact us at (951) 686-4818. We are happy to sit with you, assess the strength and weakness of your case and determine a plan of attack.
CLICK HERE for a copy of the DISMISSAL of the Temporary Restraining Order issued against our client.