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Legal Information: Colorado
Updated: November 8, 2018
In which county can I file for a domestic violence protection order?
You can file for a protection order in the county where the abuse happened, where the abuser lives, where you live, where the abuser works, or where you work.1
1 Colo. Rev. Stat. § 13-14-104.5(3)
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