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The first place she can check is with the local police, since some states enter a TRO in the national domestic violence
database. However, not all states enter TROs in the computer
database and if the TRO was issued where they do not enter them would require you to know the state where it was entered and check with the court
where it was issued. To start, it is likely the felony conviction would be from the same state where the TRO is entered so that would be a starting point and you would contact the court there to see if a TRO is entered, since that is public record and available to anyone who asks. If it is not available with the local police check that is where you would have to check next I am afraid.
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