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Reissue Notice of Court Hearing and Temporary Restraining Order
|This form tells the court that you need to have the Notice of Court Hearing and Temporary Restraining Order (Form DV-110) extended for a short time until your next court date. There are two reasons why you might need this form. These are:
Write the name of the person who wants protection from the court. This person is called the “Protected Person.” If he or she does not have an attorney, write the P.O. box or mailing address where court papers can be delivered to the Protected Person.
IMPORTANT! If you do not want others to know where you live, be sure to use a different address where you will just get mail.
Write the name of the person that you want the court to restrain (stop from doing something). This person is called the “Restrained Person.” Check the box next to M if the Restrained Person is a man (male), or Check the box next to F if this person is a woman (female). Write how tall the person is on the line next to “Ht.”. Write how much the person weighs on the line next to “Wt.”. Write the Restrained Person’s race, and write the color of his or her hair and eyes, age, and the date he or she was born on the next lines.
- Write the hearing date that was listed on the front of your Notice of Court Hearing (Form DV-109) and Temporary Restraining Order (Form DV-110). If you have gotten a Reissue of the Temporary Restraining Order (this form) before, write the date of your last (most recent) reissued order.
- Write the number of times that you have had a Reissue of the Temporary Restraining Order granted and signed by a judge. If this is the first time that you are asking for a Reissue Temporary Restraining Order, you should put 0 (zero) in this space. If this is the second time you are requesting a Reissue of a Temporary Restraining Order then you should put 1 in this space. If this is the third time you are requesting a Reissue of a Temporary Restraining Order then you should put 2 in this space. If this is the fourth time you are requesting a Reissue of a Temporary Restraining Order then you should put 3 in this space.
It can be difficult to get the judge to approve another extension on your Temporary Restraining Order if you have gotten 3 or more extensions before. You should be able to give a good reason for why this is needed in your case.
Tell why you need the judge to have the Temporary Restraining Order (Form DV-110) last longer (be reissued):
- Check this box if YOU could not get the Restrained Person served before the date listed on the Temporary Restraining Order.
- Check this box if you had to change the date for your first court hearing to go to mediation or other Family Court services.
- Check this box if there is another reason why you need the Temporary Restraining Order extended. Write why on this line.
Write the date, then print, and sign your name. You are promising under penalty of perjury that everything you have written on this form is true and correct.
DO NOT WRITE ANYTHING IN THE BOX AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS FORM.
- If the judge approves and signs this court form, the clerk will write the date for your new court hearing in the box at the bottom of the page (near the arrow pointing to Hearing Date). This is the date when you will have to return to court.