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Legal Information: Arkansas

Restraining Orders

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Updated: 
February 12, 2020

What protections can I get in an injunction against workplace violence?

An injunction against workplace violence can:

  • Order the defendant not to visit, assault, bother, or otherwise interfere with the employer, the employer’s operations, the specified employee or invitee at the employer’s work site;
  • Order the defendant not to stalk the specified employee or invitee at the employer’s work site;
  • Order the defendant not to abuse or injure the employer, the employer’s property, the specified employee or invitee at the employer’s work site;
  • Order the defendant not to harass the employer, the specified employee or invitee at the employer’s work site;
  • Order the defendant not to contact your place of work - or you or your employer while you’re there; and
  • Anything else a judge thinks is necessary.1

1 A.C.A. § 11-5-115(b)(2)