My wife made criminal accusations against me and filed for a divorce and TRO. The TRO affidavits were based on those criminal charges. Two years later, those criminal charges have been dismissed. How do I get the TRO dropped? Keep reading for more.
A TRO is filed in conjunction with a divorce and expires after 14 days unless the Judge converts it into a temporary injunction. If the Judge converts your TRO into an injunction, that would only last through the end of your divorce case unless the Judge makes it a permanent injunction as part of the final decree of divorce. A Temporary Protective Order is something different. It is filed by the District Attorney and could vary in duration. Assuming you are talking about the TRO, start by looking at your divorce decree if you have one, or call the Court that issued the TRO to ask whether it is still in effect.
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