In this article, we will be talking about what is an order of protection stated by the court and what are the types of order of protection that you can receive from the court. Let us start with the basic and try to under what exactly is an order of protection and why is it given to an individual by the court.
What exactly is the order of protection?
Order of protection is an order which is given by the court to the individual against whom the case is charged. The judge, after going through the trials and hearings that were conducted earlier and also after understanding what the witness has to say, will rule out an order. If the individual is proven guilty by all charges, then he or she will not be able to reach out to the person who had issued the case. For example, someone will register for a domestic violence case. The guilty person will be given consequences to face, and the person will be protected by the court and the legal team from the guilty individual.
When and why is the order of protection given to an individual?
An order of protection is given to an individual to limit their control and imposition of behavior over the “victim” (the person who charged the case against them). Since the individual’s behavior is disturbing and is causing harm to the victim or even possibly their child or so, then the judge will issue an order of protection for the victims.
The types of order of protection issued by the judge for the proven guilty individual
There are several types of order of protection which are issued by the judge for the proven guilty individual. An order can be given to the guilty individual for constantly abusing …