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Legal Information: North Dakota
Who can file for a disorderly conduct restraining order?
Anyone who is a victim of disorderly conduct can file for a disorderly conduct restraining order. If you are a minor, (younger than 18 years old), your parent or guardian can file for you.1 You do not need to have a specific relationship with the abuser.2 It may be a neighbor, acquaintance, intimate partner, family member, etc.
1 N.D.C.C. § 12.1-31.2-01(2)
2 See N.D.C.C. § 12.1-31.2-01(5)
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