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Arkansas Order of Protection Consequences

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Arkansas law allows for persons that are subject to domestic abuse to apply for an Order of Protection. (Arkansas Code Annotated 9-15-101-et seq.) Unfortunately, this process is sometimes abused by those applying for them. Some situations may include: An upset spouse or significant exacting revenge after a break up. A spouse trying to gain advantage in a pending, or soon to be pending, divorce proceeding. A spouse applying for an Order of Protection in anticipation of the other spouse applying for one. (?The Race to the Courthouse?) It is important to have legal representation whenever one is served with an Ex-Parte Order of Protection. Arkansas law allows for the applicant to get an ?Ex-Parte? (this means temporary) without a hearing...continue to full post

Full post as published by Arkansas Criminal Defense Blog on May 31, 2008 (boomark / email).

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