Protection Orders

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Question: if someone has filed an harrassment against myself and they very specifically demanded that i am not allowed at the community pool in the same apt. complex and i was at the pool first then she comes to the pool herself and stays has she herself violated her own order and does said protection become null and void alltogether

Answer:

Maricopa Court site has information about Orders of Protection.  http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/superiorcourt/protectiveordercenter/oop.aspEven It states under Plaintiff contact that if plaintiff initiates contact, the Defendant could be arrested for violating this protective order. If the Defendant does not want you to contact him/her, the Defendant has the right to request a protective order against you.

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  • if someone has filed an harrassment against myself and they very specifically demanded that i am not allowed at the community pool in the same apt. complex and i was at the pool first then she comes to the pool herself and stays has she herself violated her own order and does said protection become null and void alltogether

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