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At the hearing, you must prove that the abuser has committed an act(s) of domestic violence (as defined by the law). You must also convince a judge that you need the protection and the specific things you asked for in the petition.
If you reasonably believe that you are the victim of a crime involving stalking and/or harassment, or sexual assault, or if you are the parent or guardian of a child and you reasonably believe that a child has been the victim of a crime categorized as harmful to minors, you may apply for a Protection Order.
5 Steps to Get a Temporary Protective Order (TPO) in Nevada Get help. Determine which court to file in. Complete the temporary protective order paperwork. File with the court. Apply for an extended protection order (if necessary)
A person can ask for a civil harassment restraining order if: the person is being harassed, stalked, abused, or threatened by someone else, and. the person is not in a close relationship with the restrained party (as with domestic violence restraining orders).
If the judge believes you need protection, he or she will give you a temporary restraining order. Temporary restraining orders usually last about 20 to 25 days, until the court hearing date. When you go to court for the hearing that was scheduled for your TRO, the judge may issue a permanent restraining order.
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If the court grants your Application, a written Protection Order will be prepared and sent by the court to the appropriate law enforcement agency for service upon the Adverse Party. No fee will be charged by the law enforcement agency to serve the Protection Order in Nevada.
Therefore, to obtain one, you will need to report the individual to the police and take them to court for their crimes. It will only be when the judge believes there is a reasonable chance that the victim of the crime will continue to be harassed by the perpetrator that a restraining order will be granted.
Obtaining a restraining order in Las Vegas is free. (To apply for a workplace harassment type of protection order, there is a $74 filing fee.)
After having a court hearing, a judge can grant you a restraining order after hearing that can last up to five years. However, if there is no termination date on the order, the order will last three years from the date it was issued.
There are two types of orders in Nevada: A temporary order for protection is an order that can be granted based on your testimony or any evidence you present to the court in your application for a temporary or extended order for protection.

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