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If you and the abuser have minor children together, a temporary order can only last up to 30 days, maximum. However, if you do not have minor children together, a temporary protective order can be longer than 30 days, up to a maximum of one year.
If the person to be restrained violates the restraining order, he or she may go to jail, or pay a fine, or both.
A final order can last up until such time that the judge believes is appropriate. The expiration date will be clearly written on the order. However, if you are given temporary custody, visitation, or child support in a final protective order, those terms are only effective for 180 days.
Step 1: Go to circuit court and request a petition. Go to the circuit court where you live, where the abuser lives, or where the abuse occurred. Step 2: Fill out the petition. Carefully fill out the petition. Step 3: A judge will review your petition. Step 4: Service of process. Step 5: The hearing.
A restraining order in Mississippi essentially bars one party (person) from contacting the victim. This prevents harassment, intimidation, and/or stalking; it also mitigates the abuser from retaliating against the victim for obtaining a restraining order or harming them in general.
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If you and the abuser have minor children together, a temporary order can only last up to 30 days, maximum. However, if you do not have minor children together, a temporary protective order can be longer than 30 days, up to a maximum of one year.
physically, psychologically or sexually abuse or threaten the protected people; damage or threaten to damage the property of the protected people; must not encourage anyone else to physically, sexually or psychologically abuse or threaten the protected people.
If you and the abuser have minor children together, a temporary order can only last up to 30 days, maximum. However, if you do not have minor children together, a temporary protective order can be longer than 30 days, up to a maximum of one year.
A restraining order in Mississippi essentially bars one party (person) from contacting the victim. This prevents harassment, intimidation, and/or stalking; it also mitigates the abuser from retaliating against the victim for obtaining a restraining order or harming them in general.
Violating a protective order could mean fines or imprisonment. Normally, protective orders are sought by abused spouses and exes, but they may also be used to keep stalkers away and protect children from harm. Some protective orders can also include additional restraints regarding travel and gun ownership.

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