Is there a restraining order out on Me?

Is there a restraining order out on Me?

Restraining orders, also called protective orders, are court orders that protect the person who files it from being physically or sexually abused, or harassed.

Who is the protected person in a restraining order?

The person getting the restraining order is called the “protected person.” The person the restraining order is against is the “restrained person.” Sometimes, restraining orders include other “protected persons” like family or household members of the protected person.

What happens if you get a restraining order on a stalker?

If you file a restraining order, a judge will decide how you will be protected. She bases this on her understanding of the situation. Abusers or stalkers can be ordered to avoid any contact with you and your children. This is in person, by phone, by email or any other medium.

What happens at a hearing for a restraining order?

At that court hearing, it will be decided whether the restraining order will continue or not. You and the protected person will both make your case before a judge. You can and should bring a lawyer to the hearing. If the person who filed the order doesn’t show up to court, the order often gets dismissed.

What happens when I ask for a restraining order?

If the judge signed the Temporary Restraining Order (CLETS – TCH) ( Form CH-110 ). If the judge made any changes to the orders you asked for in your request. When your court hearing is, on the Notice of Hearing ( Form CH-109 ). The court hearing is also the date your temporary order runs out.

When is a restraining order issued in Connecticut?

Restraining Order After Hearing (section 46b-15 of the Connecticut General Statutes) is issued after a hearing on an ex parte restraining order, or an Order for Hearing and Notice Summons. Again, this order type is issued out of the family court. Generally speaking, it is effective for 6 months from the date…

Can a restraining order be read on the Internet?

The Internet is not necessarily secure and emails sent through this site could be intercepted or read by third parties. Restraining orders, often also called protection orders, are orders issued by judges that tell people to do or not do certain things.

How to fight a false allegation restraining order?

1 Expose the complainant’s lies on the application or affidavit; 2 Show that you did nothing to place the person in fear of imminent, or serious, or physical harm, and that the paperwork does not comply with that standard; 3 Be prepared for more oral lies at the hearing, and have proof there to refute them.