When you were served with the TRO, you should have been given a court date (most likely on the paper) and you will need to appear in court to plead your case.
You need to file a request with local law enforcement or the local court system. In most places the police will enact a temporary restraining order until a judge can hear your case and set definite terms and conditions
The question makes no sense. There is no payment of a restraining order. To obtain a restraining order, you either contact your local law enforcement agency and have a temporary order filed, or you motion the courts for an order, in which case you pay a motion fee to the court. Nothing is paid to the plaintiff, and the only reason your landlord would be involved is if he is the plaintiff or the defendant.
they can be charged with contempt of court - violation of restraining order. The actual penalties vary case by case.
The case would be drop
For an individual to abstain from a restraining order in the United States, do not create or cause any criminal activities. A restraining order can last several days to years, depending on the case.
Traditionally the no contact order and restraining order are synonymous with each other. however, some judges will also write the no contact on the court paperwork. If that is the case then it does not expire. However, if he did not then the no contact dissolves when the restraining or expires
In the USA a person can remove a restraining order by reaching the County courthouse where it was issued and petition the Court regarding its procedures and regulations to have the restraining order removed. Once you have that information you or your attorney can ask for a Court date whereby your case for having the restraining order removed can be presented. In many cases these restraining orders were issued as you were named as a threat or possible threat to a person or persons. Be prepared to provide evidence that the threat or implied threat has no foundation in facts.
The judge may, or may not, delay your report time to jail. If he doesn't, when your restraining order case comes up they will just ship you over from jail to attend it.
not sure if you mean whether or not you can file a restraining order against any judge or a judge you are dealing with in a case. the latter may present some problems whereas the former may be considered a person like anyone else not immune from the application of a restraining order if necessary. To be clear, a restraining order order is a Court order against an individual, which prevents them from having any sort of contact with another individual. You need to have a legitimate reason why you are requesting the restraining order. There are different types of restraining orders but they are typically applied when an individual feels that they are being threatened, stalked, or abused by another so keep that in mind.
You need a legal cause to obtain a restraining order. If the boy has been violent or threatened violence, or if it is a case where you are underage and he is an adult, so sex would be rape, that would give them cause to obtain a restraining order. They cannot simply take out a restraining order without cause.