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If you are reported to the police for bdocHubing your restraining order, the police will usually sign a criminal complaint which means that you are then in contempt of court. You may also be arrested, depending on the type of order in place and the nature of the bdocHub committed.
Just because the protected party violated the restraining order does not give the defendant the right to ignore the order. As long as it is in effect, the defendant could be arrested and charged with a restraining order violation.
In legal terms, violation of a restraining order is considered criminal contempt, and the punishments are especially severe for contempt of a domestic violence order. Criminal contempt in a domestic violence case can be classified as a fourth degree crime, punishable by up to 18 months in prison.
When you first get protection under the law it is only temporary. The order is called a T.R.O. for Temporary Restraining Order. You must return to court on the date indicated in the T.R.O., which will be about 10 days later. Both you and the abuser will be asked to appear in court on that date.
Violation of a stalking protective order may result in his/her arrest and a criminal charge of aggravated stalking, which is a felony and can result in imprisonment of between 1 and 10 years and fine up to $10,000.00.
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A restraining order is a civil violation in New Jersey and typically wont appear on a standard criminal background check. However, the Domestic Violence Central Registry is available to the public and searchable.
A. Any person who violates any provision of a protective order issued pursuant to 19.2-152.8, 19.2-152.9, or 19.2-152.10 is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. Conviction hereunder shall bar a finding of contempt for the same act.
Violating a restraining order in New Jersey is considered criminal contempt. If a defendant violates a final restraining order or if a violation is alleged, the violation or alleged violation requires a mandatory arrest. The defendant may then face contempt charges (and more) for violating the restraining order.
If the complainant alleges domestic violence in the restraining order violation, then the defendant can be charged with a fourth-degree felony. If convicted, the defendant can serve up to 18 months in prison and be assessed a fine of up to $10,000.
In legal terms, violation of a restraining order is considered criminal contempt, and the punishments are especially severe for contempt of a domestic violence order. Criminal contempt in a domestic violence case can be classified as a fourth degree crime, punishable by up to 18 months in prison.

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