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Tip of the Week

  1. If you have had an order of protection issued against you make sure that you read it thoroughly. It is important that you abide by every order in the strictest sense. If you are friends with the protected party on social media then you need to block them to avoid accidentally sending them a message or having a message forwarded to them. An order of protection is a serious document and needs to be treated as such. Protect yourself first and stay away from the protected party whether the reason for the order of protection is legitimate or not. It is your freedom that is put on the line if it is determined that the order is violated whereby an individual could be charged with Criminal Contempt and serve years in State Prison.