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Legal Information: Hawaii
What protections can I get in an injunction against harassment?
An injunction against harassment can prevent the harasser from:
- assaulting you or causing you physical harm/bodily injury;
- threatening to cause physical harm, bodily injury, or assault which you believe is likely to occur;
- intentionally directing behavior at you that alarms or continuously bothers you while having no legitimate purpose, leading you to suffer emotional distress;1
- contacting or threatening you or anyone who resides in your home;
- calling you;
- entering or visiting your home, including the yard or garage; or
- entering or visiting your place of employment.2
1 HRS § 604-10.5
2Hawai’i State Judiciary website PDF of Petition
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