The exact procedures for obtaining a restraining order will vary by state. You should contact your local court for the proper forms and procedures. Most states have procedures where you can apply for a harassment restraining order and most states should recognize the validity of the order. However, you can only file to protect yourself and your immediate family. Your friends will need to get their own orders. Restraining orders are issued by state courts they cannot enforce such orders outside of their jurisdiction. However, the Full Faith And Credit Federal Laws uphold restraining orders within the U.S. and it's commonwealths. Because states differ in the court where restraining petitions are filed, you need to contact the county court clerk for the correct venue and filing procedures. Generally a person makes an "ex-parte appearance" in court to receive a Temporary Protective/Restraining Order. After which, there will be an Order To Show Just Cause hearing, where all involved parties present evidence for why a permanent order should or should not be granted. An order can be granted for any length of time, from a few weeks to several years. To ensure the order remains in effect when changing residency to another state, the person should contact the court clerk in the new county once residency has been established. Each individual requesting a protective order must apply for it themselves, pursuant to the laws of the state.
A restraining notice is an order of protection. If you have a restraining order against someone then they can't be within a certain feet of your.
restraining orders must be done through the court system
what do i do if somebody violates their own restraining order against me two times?
No, only born people can get restraining orders.
If you have a restraining order against you it could possibly hinder you obtaining your nursing license. It really depends on why the restraining order was issued.
No. The jail may not know about the restraining order or try to stop you. But if you have a restraining order against someone, you are also not to make contact with them, as you make it impossible for them to then follow the order. Most courts will find that you invalidate the restraining order if you contact the restrained person, and will then refuse to enforce the order against that person.
No. Their parents may be able to get a restraining order on the minor's behalf.
I have a restraining order against him.Why are the police restraining him?
yes, if justified.
If the restraining order is in place, you can and should not reply. Block them and do not let them into your home--you are always liable until they remove the restraining order.
A restraining order against James M. Fyfe for Hunter B. Fyfe
What would prevent that? You are bound by the restraining order, not the person who obtained it.
Yes. Your g/f's mom is her legal guardian and can get a restraining order against your regardless of your age. If you violate the restraining order both you and you parents will be legally liable.
Techically he can't get a restraining order against the boyfriend because it would probably be against the law.
Yes If you have a valid reason
No the court did.
No she never had a restraining order against him.
No you can not I'm afraid. But when you are 18 you can see her if you want and have the restraining order lifted.
Sheldon cooper does not have any restraining orders again him.
Yes, return to court and request that the restraining order be withdrawn.
You will need to contact the police or the courts to get restraining order against an ex in Riverside, CA.
Yes you can refuse. I don't know who is trying to force you to get a restraining order against your husband, but restraining orders are for the benefit of the people who obtain them, so if you don't think you need one, then no one has the right to force you to get one. Of course, if your husband is actually a violent person who is dangerous to you, then it would be in your interests to get a restraining order. But that is for you to decide.