Do not put any addresses or phone numbers within the paperwork that you do not want the other party to have.
You must provide proof of law enforcement involvement in cases related to sexual violence and attach an incident report created by a law enforcement agency or a notice of inmate release.
If an injunction for protection against domestic violence, repeat violence, dating violence or sexual violence, is granted by the court, the judge may order the other party not to have contact with you and not to harm you mentally or physically. In order for the Court to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to grant an Injunction, your Petition must contain certain information.
These are sometimes filed against neighbors, friends, or co-workers.
Injunctions for Protection Against Dating Violence may be issued against an individual with whom you have or had a continuing and significant relationship of a romantic or intimate nature.
Once the judge has rendered a decision, all the paperwork will be returned to the Clerk for processing.
The Clerk will provide you with two (2) certified copies of the Temporary Injunction and Notice of Hearing.
An Injunction for Protection Against Repeat Violence may be issued if someone has committed two separate acts of violence or stalking, one being within the last six months, against you.