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When the police are called to respond to a domestic dispute, many times someone is going to jail. A domestic violence arrest often leads to a no-contact order or temporary restraining order.

Just having domestic violence charges filed against you can have a negative impact on your present and future employment, security clearance, school, and reputation among family, friends, and the larger community.

If you have been arrested on a domestic violence charge and are worried about how a protective order will impact you and your family, you need to talk to a Maryland domestic violence lawyer about your results and what can be done to help your situation. At the Law Office of Thomas E. Pyles, P.A., we understand that a lot is at stake in these cases. We offer our clients practical advice on what you can and cannot do while a protective order is in place.

Call us today at 301-705-5006 to schedule your free consultation with a Maryland domestic violence attorney.