Legal Information: North Dakota
Updated: November 9, 2022
How can a sexual assault restraining order help me?
A temporary or final sexual assault restraining order can require that the abuser not:
- harass, stalk, or threaten you;
- come to your house, school, and workplace; and
- contact you.1
Note: A final sexual assault restraining order that includes these protections cannot be granted until the abuser has received notice of the case and had an opportunity to be present for a court hearing.2
1 N.D.C.C. § 12.1-31-01.2(5)
2 N.D.C.C. § 12.1-31-01.2(6)
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