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An injunction is a court order signed by a judge that can be served and or enforced by law enforcement.
An Injunction for Protection Against Domestic Violence may be issued against a spouse or former spouse, a person related by blood or marriage, a person which you are presently living with or have formerly lived with as if a family, or against someone with whom you have a child in common, regardless whether you were ever married to that person or lived with them.
This relationship must have existed in the past six (6) months, must have existed over time on a continuous basis and must be described as an expectation of affection or sexual relation.
A parent or legal guardian may obtain an Injunction for Protection Against Dating Violence on behalf of a minor child who is living at home if they have been an eyewitness to, or have direct physical evidence or eyewitness affidavits about the facts which are the basis for the petition.
Once the judge has rendered a decision the Clerk will provide you with a certified copy of the Temporary Injunction and Notice of Hearing.
You must return to the Clerk's Office to pick up this copy. The Clerk will forward the paperwork to the Sheriff of the County where the Respondent resides or can be located.
The Injunction for Protection Against Repeat Violence is available for those individuals not covered by the Domestic Violence Injunctions.
If a person falling within one of the previous descriptions has committed a crime against you resulting in your physical injury, or that person has placed you in fear with words or physical acts, you may have grounds to ask the court for an Injunction for Protection Against Domestic Violence.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.