When is a Criminal Protective Order Overbroad or Void?

A fundamental requirement of any protective order is that it be constitutional on its face and properly served upon the person to be restrained. The order must then be obeyed. However, it is common for a person restrained by such an order to contest whether certain conditions of the order are valid (after allegedly violating it), as the following case explains. Such a defense is a collateral attack, which is not allowed once the order is served and if it is constitutional on its face. To read more about a collateral attack on such an order, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/when-is-a-criminal-protective-order-overbroad-or-void.html

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