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If you place a TRO on your ex-boyfriend, it will not be on your record.
If your ex-boyfriend places a TRO on you, it will remain until you go to court to decide whether a permanent restraining order will be granted. If the permanent restraining order is granted, it will remain in effect indefinitely unless your ex-boyfriend petitions the court to have it removed.
In the absence of a violation, the long term consequences are minimal (unless you are in a specialized field such as law enforcement or the military). However, if you violate the restraining order, you could be arrested.
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