Can a plaintiff violate an order of protection?

Answer Orders of protection work one way. The plaintiff can do whatever she wants, including calling or visiting the party against which she has filed a complaint. The person named in the order of protect... Read More »

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What happens if you violate an order of protection?

Courts issue orders of protection (OP) to stop abusers from threatening, harassing or physically harming their children, spouses or former partners. Criminal OP violations lead to jail time, while ... Read More »

Lets say - Judge Judy awards the plaintiff x amount of dollars for winning their case. I would like to know how does that plaintiff get paid. Does the plaintiff have to deposit the money into Court?

NO your Money will be deposited into a escrow account by your attorney. An escrow account is an account that your attorney name and your name is on that account. To make any withdrawal from tha acc... Read More »

What happens if you violate a restraining order?

Restraining orders are designed to protect people from others they feel are a direct threat. However, some people violate these orders, facing serious consequences.SignificanceAccording to Resource... Read More »

Is an order of protection free?

In many cases, an order of protection--sometimes called a restraining order--is free, depending on the circumstances. A domestic violence order of protection, where violence has and may occur, is t... Read More »