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so in order to get a restraining order, the person must prove the following:
3. The Respondent committed the following family offense(s) against me and/or my children, which constitute(s): ” Disorderly conduct ” Menacing in the second or third degree ” Harassment in the first or second degree ” Reckless endangerment ” Aggravated harassment in the second degree ” Stalking ” Assault in the second or third degree ” Attempted assault ” Criminal mischief ” Sexual misconduct ” Sexual abuse in the second2 or third degree ” Forcible touching ” Strangulation ” Criminal obstruction of breathing or
So as you can see, a court will not issue a restraining order when a person calls the party they are attempting to restrain- that does not make any sense, since the person seeking the restraining order is initiating contact.
Also, so long as private information is not being provided to third parties, there can be no invasion of privacy order.
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