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Part IV: How Does a Typical Temporary Protective Order Work in Georgia?

Part 4: Public Access to TPO Records As set forth in Parts 1 through 3 of this four-part article, because cases involving Temporary Protective Orders (TPOs) in Georgia can have significant ...
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Part III: How Does a Typical Temporary Protective Order Work in Georgia?

Part 3: Basic Procedure of Formal Hearing after Service of Ex Parte Petition As set forth in Parts 1 and 2 of this four-part article, because cases involving Temporary Protective Orders (TPOs) in ...
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Part II: How Does a Typical Temporary Protective Order Work in Georgia?

Part 2: Basic Procedure of Petitioner's Ex Parte Petition As set forth in Part 1 of this four-part article, because cases involving Temporary Protective Orders (TPOs) in Georgia can have ...
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Part I: How Does a Typical Temporary Protective Order Work in Georgia?

Part 1: General Information When someone in Georgia believes they might be in physical danger as a result of family violence or stalking behavior, he/she can pursue a protective order through the ...
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Georgia Restraining Orders: Divorce, Family Violence & Stalking

In Georgia, there are two essential types of restraining orders that my clients might encounter: Temporary Protective Orders (TPO) and Mutual Restraining Orders (MRO). TPOs involve allegations of ...
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Restraining Order Violations

If someone has filed a restraining order against you, it is very important that you do not violate the restraining order in any way. Restraining order violations are a crime in and of themselves, and ...
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