State Laws on Protective Orders
Protective orders are often used in family law and criminal cases, to ban one party from contact with another, or to prohibit interference with a court order. Choose a link from the list below for state-specific laws related to protective orders, including activities that may be covered by a protective order, penalties for violation of a protective order, and more.
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