Legal Question in Family Law in California

NON-Clets Restraing Order

Define this term

Asked on 5/21/09, 5:56 pm

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Colin Greene Russakow, Greene & Tan, LLP
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Re: NON-Clets Restraing Order

CLETS: California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System.

A CLETS order goes into the police system, they pull someone over for any reason, they see the restraining order, they act accordingly. A violation of a CLETS order subjects the violator to being arrested jailed and criminally charged. A non-CLETS order is not enforceable by the authorities, it is enforceable by contempt of court, or other appropriate remedies.

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Answered on 5/22/09, 1:58 am

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