Can someone get a restraining order against another person twice even though the first time it was not grant it?
1 Answer from Attorneys
When you say not granted are you saying the temporary was not granted or the permanent was not granted. I will discuss both.
Temporary: often times the temporary is not granted because there is not enough information. That can be remedied when you go to Court and you are given the opportunity to tell your side.
Permanent: if you were denied a permanent restraining order you would need new facts if you are going to try and get another one because the Court has already ruled on the facts from the first request.