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Legal Information: Arizona
Updated: January 10, 2020
Injunctions Against Harassment
If you are not eligible for a domestic violence order of protection, you may qualify for an injunction against harassment (IAH). This is a court order that protects you from someone who harassed you or committed sexual violence against. You must not be related to, married to, intimately involved with, or live/d with the abuser. (For those relationships, you would have to apply for a domestic violence order of protection.)
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