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You have a right to appear at a hearing where the court will determine if the temporary order should be extended.
If you don't want to challenge the order, then you do not have to.
Well it isnt really accuratebut I dont care. Does that affect me
The order will be extended by default, in that case.
Does it affect melegally if I let it go or show guilt?
It can affect you if you attempt to apply for a concealed carry license.
I dont need that. So it doesnt affect credit or Jobs?
Ok so I never want to see this person again so I could forget it.
This is in CT
Yes. I wouldn't worry about it. Just don't violate the terms, obvioulsy.
No I dont want to know anything about them ever
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Ok as long as I cant get hurt not going to the hearng
If I have annother question before the hearing I can continue this?
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Thanks! Awesome help!
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