I am hoping to get a bit more information if possible...
I visited the lawyer referral link but it has around 100 firms that list constitutional law as one of their specialties. Do you happen to know if there are any other more precise ways that a consumer could locate an attorney that may have experience in DVPA + first amendment/constitutional law (I have tried various searches but haven't found anything)?
Also, what would be tremendously helpful to me and greatly tipworthy would be if you happen to be able to direct me to a CA case where a DVRO was reversed due to first amendment rights (most especially any cases specific to written speech that is non-violent/obscene/threatening...).
The first question I had was whether there was any way I could, without going nearly yellowpages level and phoning random attorney offices, find an attorney with any experience/specialization in DVRO + first amendment/constitutional law. Without this, the process of just calling up offices for the typical consumer in the real world, is a pretty frustrating process.
I asked whether there was any established case law in CA that you know of that could be referenced on this topic.
I was hoping to get, and hoping to pay for, was something...anything that could in some way provide a direction helpful to my situation. Otherwise, I guess I can just pay for the expert answer "no," if that is appropriate. I'm not trying to get something for nothing - just trying to get "something" if possible.
Can you think of anything that might be any possible resource to my situation???
You asked whether there was any established case law in CA that you know of that could be referenced on this topic.
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