Yes. Court orders are public record unless sealed by the court.
Unless the judge 'seals' it, the record of ALL court cases is available to the public.
Restraining orders become a part of public records if they are not issued in direct conjuction with a crime such as sexual assault, rape, where state law provides protection for the survivor of such an assault.
YES! The conditions required are that you feel your life in in jeopardy or that you are under the threat of great bodily harm. You do not go around getting temporary restraining orders because it is Tuesday and you do not like someone.
Own it yes, possess it no. Buy a new one, no. Some courts have issued standing orders to surrender your fire arms till the matter is decided.
Unless the Court orders the record expunged (destroyed), it is still a part of public record.
Actually, restraining orders can be served anywhere, even in the wrong address, if and when you serve the proper person to whom the restraining orders applies to.
Sheldon cooper does not have any restraining orders again him.
No, but violations of such do. A restraining order is a civil order.
restraining orders must be done through the court system
In my experience, restraining orders and domestic violence injunctions are served by the Sheriffs Office or other law enforcement-associated agency. They are not served by private individuals, attorneys included.
No, only born people can get restraining orders.
YES, THE COMMONWEALTH HAS A PUBLIC INFORMATION ACT THAT ALLOWS THIS TYPE OF INFORMATION TO BE PUBLISHED TO THE PUBLIC.
Family law court your district
A restraining order is a type of court order which is offered in helping to keep the abuser away from the victims so that the harassing stops and the abuser steers clear from the violence scene. It is important to know that the restraining orders are not criminal orders, but civil orders and that the abusers don't posess any criminal record.
Yes, in most cases. There are certain things that may be included in the decree that have a time limit.....Restraining orders, protective orders, etc. Yes, in most cases. There are certain things that may be included in the decree that have a time limit.....Restraining orders, protective orders, etc. yes
Restraining orders are best dealt with by a Lawyer. A counter order is just a regular restraining order filed for a slightly difrent reason and your lawyer will be able to do that.
Question: Why don't the two of you just go back to court and have the restraining orders dropped and be done with it?
The matter in Holy Orders is the laying on of hands.
That will be determined by the judge on the basis of the severity of the case.
It depends on the order. It should be specified in the text of the order.
The answer to this questions really on what exactly the restraining order says. Restraining orders typically have a list of specifically prohibitted behavior (don't call, email, tslk, etc.) and they usually have orders prohibitting harassment in general (i.e. do not annoy. alarm, harass, etc.). These orders usually apply to conduct by third parties acting at your request, like using your mom to call the ex wife, etc. The safest thing to do is contact legal counsel in Texas to review the order and get a more definite answer.
Yes, depending on the jurisdiction you can get restraining orders against anyone, providing you have the proof the judge needs to see that they are legitimately a threat to you. CAUTION; NOT ALL JUDICIAL SYSTEMS OFFER RESTRAINING ORDERS or KEEP AWAY ORDERS. Some systems offer ONLY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ORDERS. To quailfy to get a Domestiv Violence Order the other party MUST be a member of your immediate or extended family.