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A person seeking the protection of the courts in terms of a protection order or restraining order needs to personally make an application at their local justice court.
So she would need to personally file for an order.
Grounds for an order are harassment, physical threats and assault.
Harassment is defined by Minnesota statutes as the following :
"Under Minn. Stat. § 609.748, harassment is defined as: 1. A single incident of a. physical or sexual assault, or b. stalking in which the victim’s personal information is used by another without consent of the victim, to invite, encourage, or solicit a third party to engage in a sexual act with the victim (See Minn. Stat. § 609.749, subd. 2 clause (8)), or c. intentionally disseminating a private image of the victim, without consent of the victim, that shows the victim in a sexual act or whose intimate parts are exposed, in whole or in part, and the victim is identifiable by the victim or by another person or from personal information displayed in connection with the image."
It is possible for her to get an emergency order pending a full hearing on an exparte application.
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