Protection Orders

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Question: Is there such thing as a modified restraining order that stipulates the defendant may not come to my place of residence during certain hours? I don't want the defendant to not be able to have ANY contact with me, I just don't want him on the premises during certain hours becuz he is disruptive while I am trying to conduct my home business.

Answer:

 
Injunction Against Harassment
A civil order that does not depend upon relationships, and is available if the conduct of any person is "harassment" as defined by law.

It is intended to prevent a person (defendant) from contacting you and/or any other protected persons included in a judge's order. A judge can also order that the defendant not contact you in person, by phone, in writing or other means and can order the defendant from contacting you at specific locations such as your residence work, school or other locations.
http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/superiorcourt/protectiveordercenter/index.asp this site explains different orders and how to obtain them.  For your case, this might apply the best:

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  • Is there such thing as a modified restraining order that stipulates the defendant may not come to my place of residence during certain hours? I don't want the defendant to not be able to have ANY contact with me, I just don't want him on the premises during certain hours becuz he is disruptive while I am trying to conduct my home business.

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