Defend on Elder Abuse Permanent Restraining

What can I do to defend myself against an allegation of elder abuse?

Being accused of elder abuse is a serious criminal charge which must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. However, if you are found guilty, a temporary, or permanent, restraining order will be granted. The restraining order will be provided to local law enforcement agencies which will input into the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS). Being named in an elder abuse restraining order has serious ramifications, such as adversely affecting your ability to gain employment, maintain employment, pass background checks or security clearances.

If you are served with an Elder Abuse Request for Temporary Restraining Order, you are encouraged to contact our office as soon as possible to avoid any adverse decisions being made against you.