Legal Information: Connecticut
Updated: November 24, 2021
What protections can I get in a civil protection order?
In a temporary ex parte order or a final order, the judge can include any of the following protections:
- ordering the respondent not to put any restraints upon you or your freedom (liberty);
- ordering the respondent not to threaten, harass, assault, molest, sexually assault, or attack you;
- prohibiting the respondent from entering your home.1
1 C.G.S. § 46b-16a(b)
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