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Farley's Wit - Number 7: No Contact Orders and Handy Free Pamphlet

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Hello. I'm G. Gordon Farley, the first name in Farley Swit.

People can turn to the courts to seek protection from someone who is harassing or threatening them.

Once the person is served a temporary protection order, it is illegal for them to make contact with, or be near, the protected party.

There is then a hearing to consider evidence and testimony to determine whether the protection order should be kept in place or not. If it is determined there is cause that warrants continued protection, the judge issues a permanent protection order.

If the person violates the permanent protection order, they can then be tried for any crime they commit, such as assault or murder, plus contempt of court.

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*Farley Swit is not liable for faulty advice in the pamphlet.

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Farley’s Wit Series:

Farley's Wit: The Story
Number 1: Attorneys Create Confusion and Personal Injury Representation
Number 2: Justice System in Anatomical Terms and Bankruptcy Representation
Number 3: Prosecutors Push Plea Deals and Divorce Representation
Number 4: Reasonable Doubt for Prosecutors and DUI Representation
Number 5: Abuse of Deferments and Class Action Representation
Number 6: Public Defenders and Pharmaceutical Lawsuit Representation
Number 7: No Contact Orders and Handy Free Pamphlet
Number 8: Federal Court Nominations and Setting Up a Super-PAC

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