Is there a way to get rid of an order of protection before the second court hearing?
Asked on 9/12/17, 7:58 am
2 Answers from Attorneys
Rory Durkin Giancola-Durkin Criminal Defense
Yes. The person who has the order can have it dropped.
Answered on 9/12/17, 10:35 am
Thomas C. Gallagher Gallagher Criminal Defense
Yes. One way is the Petitioner files a request to dismiss with the court.
Answered on 9/12/17, 11:01 am
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