It sounds like you very well may have a defense. That will depend on the specific order you received and what allegations they are making in discovery.
This isn't something people should try to handle on their own. There are a lot of good criminal defense attorneys here on avvo who give free consultations so you can find one you are comfortable with and can afford. If paying for attorney isn't much of an option, you should apply for a public defender.
Good luck and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
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I agree with Mr. Lubchenco. You very well might have a highly defensible case. He is an excellent attorney and there are many other extremely competent attorneys here on Avvo- John Buckley, Rhidian Orr, etc. I think that all of us offer free initial consultations. Call around and set up an appointment and find someone who will be a good match.
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