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Question: My question is if a protective orders put on a person when I personally did not commit a family violence and that's what the protective orders under happiness protective order be turned over and work with that person had to do to get it returned over and what kind of attorney with that person need if they can afford and trying to get a protective order turned over due to the fact that they did not do anything wrong and I have proof of it

Answer: How to Dismiss or Quash an Order of Protection:
A plaintiff may request that an Order of Protection be dismissed or quashed at any time during the term of the order. Only a judge can dismiss or quash an Order of Protection.

To file a motion to dismiss or quash an Order of Protection, you must go to one of the Protective Order Centers to complete a motion. You will be required to provide identification to court personnel at the time you complete the Motion to Dismiss or Quash. You will be required to appear before a judge and explain why you want to dismiss the order. Please allow at least two hours for the entire process.

Attorneys in family law often handle domestic violence cases as well as criminal law attorneys.

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  • My question is if a protective orders put on a person when I personally did not commit a family violence and that's what the protective orders under happiness protective order be turned over and work with that person had to do to get it returned over and what kind of attorney with that person need if they can afford and trying to get a protective order turned over due to the fact that they did not do anything wrong and I have proof of it

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