Legal Information: Colorado
What are the steps for getting the protection order?
The steps for getting a protection order against stalking, sexual assault, physical harm/threats and abuse of elderly/at-risk adult are similar to the steps for getting a domestic violence protection order, which you can find on our Steps for getting a domestic violence protection order page.
Also, the forms that you will need to fill out can be found on the CO State Judicial Branch website.
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