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Article VII. Restraining Order After Hearing
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A judge issues a restraining order after hearing if the petitioner has proven by a preponderance of the evidence that a restraining order for up to five (5) years is necessary to protect the petitioner or other protected persons from acts of domestic violence, violence, harassment, bullying, or stalking by the respondent. [Res. 20-R-091 Art. VII(A), 7/2/2020.]