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.
No, but violations of such do. A restraining order is a civil order.
restraining orders must be done through the court system
Sheldon cooper does not have any restraining orders again him.
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.