Restraining Orders in Texas?

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To check a restraining order in Texas one will need the case number that was issued when the protective order was issued. It may be necessary that some paperwork is filled out before any information is given. Then the clerk of the court can be contacted to see if the order stands.
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1. Read the letter the court issued you pertaining to the protective order. The letter will contain a case number. 2. Contact the court. Only a court can issue a protective order.
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To file a restraining order, you will need to go to the local police station. You will be required to submit several forms, and someone will be sent out to serve the restraining order
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There is no set time limit. The term(s) of restraining orders are set by the Judge at the time they are issued, depending upon the circumstance.
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A person against whom a protective order is in place commits the
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You can file for a restraining order in texas by going to your local courthouse and going in front of the judge and explaining to him why you are needing one. ...
1. Obtain from the clerk of the court where the restraining order was issued a form or sample of a motion to lift or set aside restraining order. Court clerks ...
1. Obtain from the clerk of the court where the restraining order was issued a form or sample of a motion to lift or set aside restraining order. Court clerks ...
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