I have been served with a temporary protection order. What do I do now?
First and foremost, it is absolutely essential that you follow the terms and conditions of the protection order. If you violate a term or condition of the protection order you can be charged with a criminal offense. Typically, the protection order prohibits contact of any kind with the individual(s) who obtained the protection order, even if they initiate the contact. We can help to explain the process and ensure that you are protected.
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