Protection Orders

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Question: I filed an order of protection a former acquaintance. She in turn went to a different judge and filed one against me. Can she do that? I have proof of her harassment, she got hers with lies. Can I contest it?

Answer: This is provided as information only. If you are in Maricopa County, you can go to http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/superiorcourt/protectiveordercenter/index.asp and get information on orders of protection and injunctions against harassment. Plaintiff may appeal an order denying a petition for an Order of Protection, Injunction Against Harassment, or an Injunction Against Workplace Harassment. A party may appeal an Order of Protection, Injunction Against Harassment, or Injunction Against Workplace Harassment that is entered, affirmed, modified or quashed after a hearing at which both parties had an opportunity to appear. A superior court order must be appealed to the Arizona Court of Appeals. Appeal paperwork may be obtained at the Arizona Court of Appeals or at the following website: http://www.azcourts.gov/selfservicecenter/SelfServiceForms.aspx

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  • I filed an order of protection a former acquaintance. She in turn went to a different judge and filed one against me. Can she do that? I have proof of her harassment, she got hers with lies. Can I contest it?

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