Procedures for Opposing an Injunction Against Harassment

This is the information about court forms to be filed if you oppose an Injunction Against Harassment. You should follow these procedures if there is a current Injunction against you, and you think it is wrong.

The person requesting an Injunction Against Harassment is the Plaintiff; the person opposing it is the Defendant.

You are entitled to a court hearing to oppose an Injunction Against Harassment. You must file a Request for Hearing form. This form is available, free of charge, at the Law Library Resource Center.  Go to the Law Library Resource Center to get the form and to file your request for a hearing.  The Court will schedule a hearing and must hold the hearing within ten (10) calendar days from the date you filed your request. At the hearing, the judge will listen to testimony from both sides, consider all the evidence, and decide whether to continue, stop or change the Injunction Against Harassment.

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Brian Bledsoe
Law Library Resource Center Administrator
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