Legal Information: Louisiana
Updated: November 21, 2023
Who can get a sexual assault protective order?
Any victim of nonconsensual sexual contact can file for a sexual assault protective order against the offender. The victim does not need to have any relationship with the abuser to file for a sexual assault protective order. The abuser can be a stranger, an acquaintance, etc.1
1 LA R.S. 46:2183(A)
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