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Is this a criminal or a civil order? If a criminal order, you'd retain a defense lawyer and fight the charges. If you win the case you could potentially go after the person who filed against you for malicious prosecution.
If this is a civil order, in order to convert the order from a temporary order to a permanent order, there will have to be a hearing. At the hearing you would get the opportunity to present evidence to challenge the necessity for any such order. If you prevail, the judge would lift the restraining order.
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