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Legal Statutes: Nebraska

UPDATED August 17, 2016

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(A) Protection From Abuse Act

back to top42-928. Protection order; restraining order; violation; arrest, when.

A peace officer shall with or without a warrant arrest a person if

(1) the officer has probable cause to believe that the person has committed a violation of an order issued pursuant to section 42-924, a violation of section 42- 925, a violation of an order excluding a person from certain premises issued pursuant to section 42-357, or a violation of a valid foreign protection order recognized pursuant to section 42-931 and

(2) a petitioner under section 42-924 or 42-925, an applicant for an order excluding a person from certain premises issued pursuant to section 42-357, or a person protected under a valid foreign protection order recognized pursuant to section 42-931 provides the peace officer with a copy of a protection order or an order excluding a person from certain premises issued under such sections or the peace officer determines that such an order exists after communicating with the local law enforcement agency.

Source: Laws 1989, LB 330, § 10; Laws 1998, LB 218, § 25. Effective date July 15, 1998.