Going back home after a CDV Arrest

A common dilemma faced by those after a CDV arrest is when the alleged victim won't leave a shared residence even though the bond court implemented a no contact order.

Because bond restrictions are not reciprocal there may be very little\nothing that the criminal court system can do to assist a defendant in these cases.  Regaining access to the residence after a CDV arrest may require the services of a property law attorney to file for a legal eviction. Any self help remedies would likely constitute a bond violation and subject the defendant to jail time.

If you are having difficulty in returning home after a CDV arrest due to a no contact bond restriction it is important that you consult with a CDV defense attorney about your situation. There may be other options available to you that can assist in solving this dilemma and keep you in compliance with all bond restrictions.



The Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, represents clients throughout South Carolina charged with all levels of criminal domestic violence. If you would like to schedule an initial consultation you may  contact us at (803) 359-3301.

The Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC
316 South Lake Drive
Lexington, South Carolina 29072

 

Categories: CDV Bond Restrictions
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