Calling 911 or your local police phone number is your best bet for assistance. Additionally, there are also hospitals and social service agencies available.
There are three types of courts where such cases are deliberated:
Contact the local state district attorney or inform the police. They can provide you with guidance and you will have to attend a court hearing. Once in court, you will have the burden of proving you were either abused or threatened with abuse.
There are a few things you should know to ensure the usefulness of your protective order:
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