Ordenes judiciales en casos de violencia domestica

Ordenes judiciales en casos de violencia domestica Si usted o alguien en su hogar es victima de violencia domestica, llame al 911. No justique ni permita que haya violencia domestica en su hogar. Ademas de llamar al 911 puede solicitar una orden judicial relativa a violencia domestica ocasional o reiterada (frecuente), si ha habido mas de un incidente de violencia. Recuerde que la corte solo admitira casos que hayan ocurrido los ultimos seis meses. En los Estatutos de Florida constituyen “Violencia domestica” cualquier agresion simple o grave, violencia simple o grave, agresion o violencia sexual, acoso simple o grave, rapto, retencion ilegitima, o cualquier otra infraccion penal (criminal) que resulte en lesiones fisicas o muerte de un miembro del hogar perteneciente o no a la familia, producidas por otro. Se puede pedir una orden si es posible probar que ha habido violencia domestica en el sentido indicado anteriormente, y/o si es mas que probable que sera victima de futuras lesiones si no se concede la orden, y si sus temores son razonables y es muy probable que usted esta en peligro de sufrir lesiones inminentes. El procedimiento es mas bien sencillo, pero requerira de un Abogado. Se comienza con la presentacion de una solicitud. El/la Juez de turno examinara la solicitud y decidira si ha de acordarse una orden temporal. Si el/la Juez dicta una orden temporal acordara la celebracion de una vista dentro de los proximos treinta (30) dias a la que asistiran ambas partes y los Abogados en su caso. Si despues de la vista el /la Juez encuentra motivos suficientes para acordar una orden permanente, se prohibira a la persona contra la que la orden se dicta hacer ciertas cosas (por ejemplo, no tener contacto directo, estar a menos de quinientos pies (500 pies) de la residencia o el trabajo de la otra, etc.). Ademas el/la Juez puede tambien disponer terapia para el caracter irascible, programas contra la adiccion al alcohol, evaluacion mental u otros patrocinados por la Corte. Muy probablemente tambien el/la Juez prohibira la posesion de armas de fuego. Si una persona viola la orden judicial pueden seguirse de ello sanciones tanto civiles como penales (criminales). Las ordenes duran al menos 12 meses. Solo la Corte puede revocar la orden. El Juez puede tambien acordar medidas tales como una pension temporal para los hijos, uso exclusivo de la casa, y otras, segun lo recomienden las circunstancias. La orden puede prorrogarse previa la presentacion de una solicitud. Si usted necesita un Abogado y ha sido victima de violencia domestica o acusado sin razon de haberla cometido, llame al Abogado Jonathan Torres. Servimos a los condados de ORANGE, SEMINOLE, OSCEOLA y VOLUSIA. Tenemos clientes en las siguientes ciudades de Florida Central: Orlando, Altamonte Springs, Sanford, Lake Mary, Winter Park, Maitland, Apopka, Oviedo, Longwood, Winter Springs, Deland, Deltona, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Kissimmee, Bartow, Orange City, Casselberry, Doctor Phillips, Hunter’s Creek, Lake Buena vista, Ocoee, Pine Hills, Union Park, Wedgefield, Windermeere, Winter Garden, Zellwood, Forest City, Geneva, Heathrow, Wekiva Springs, Celebration and Debary. Abogado Jonathan Torres 1180 Spring Centre S. Blvd., Ste 355 Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 Tel: (407)- 865-9212 Tel: (407)-953-5818 Fax: (321)-296-7122 jonathantorresllc@gmail.com www.jtorreslaw.com www.altamontespringsfllawyer.com

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