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Repeated contact that causes an individual to be fearful for her safety can serve as a basis for a Civil Petition for Personal Protective Order. Such an order can prevent an individual from engaging in further contact and, if the order is violated, the individual can be subjected to substantial penalties. Further, if an individual is being harassed by a former significant other, a protective order may be available to prevent further contact from that individual as well. However, if the ex's significant other is the only one engaging in the harassment, that would not provide a basis to seek a protective order regarding the ex, even though it would provide a basis to seek a protective order regarding the harasser herself. An individual may seek to establish such an order by filing a petition at the Clerk of Court's Office. Forms should be available at the Clerk's Office.
an individual's safety is a crime. Such a matter can be reported to law enforcement and the state may pursue criminal charges.
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