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Legal Information: Montana

Restraining Orders

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Updated: 
May 1, 2019

Orders of Protection (for crime victims)

Under Montana law, anyone who was the victim of one of the following crimes can file for an order of protection, regardless of the relationship to the offender:

For additional information, see the Orders of Protection (for victims of domestic violence) section. The orders of protection described in that section are the same orders of protection that would be filed by any of the above-listed crime victims.

1 Mont. Code § 40-15-102(2)