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Submitted by Guest461 (not verified) on Fri, 03/27/2009 - 11:48am.
Domestic violence protective orders are rearely, if ever refused by a Judge or Magistrate. Just the mere mention of a threat or any form of domestic violence can initiate an order to be processed. As with any legal proceeding, a lawyer should always represent you. However, the person that has the order against them has the opportunity to go to court and protest the order. Only in very rare cases, where there is absolutely no proof of threats or violence can one possibly be dismissed by the Judge. Even then, they are usually upheld as a precaution. The only problem is, the order is only a piece of paper. If someone is destined to kill you, that will not stop them as history has proven many times.
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