Legal Information: Louisiana
Where can I file for a sexual assault protective order?
You can file for a sexual assault protective order in any court that hears family or juvenile matters. However, it must be filed in the parish:
- where you live;
- where the abuser lives; or
- where the sexual assault occurred.1
1 LA R.S. § 46:2185
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