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If a person has a lifetime restraining order and it is a

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If a person has a lifetime restraining order and it is a lie. An for 12 years has not violated it once. Cams she or he get it removed
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 11 months ago.
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If there has been no violation of the order in 12 years, then you can file a motion to vacate the restraining order. In the hearing you would need to present proof to the court that there have been no violations AND the conditions that previously were alleged do not exist any longer and as such there is no longer a need for the order. It is too late to argue that 12 years ago the allegations were false, since that had to be raised at the time the order was filed for, but you can argue that all of the conditions no longer exist and that the need for the restraining order no longer exists.

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