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Legal Information: Idaho

Restraining Orders

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Updated: 
October 10, 2019

Do I have to register my protection order in Idaho in order to get it enforced?

No. ID state law says that a valid protective order does not need to be registered to be enforced.1 However, if you register your order in Idaho it may help law enforcement officials better protect you.

1I.C. § 6306A(4)(d)