Legal Information: North Dakota
Updated: November 9, 2022
Who can file for a sexual assault restraining order?
You can file for a sexual assault restraining order if you are an adult victim of sexual assault. You can also file on behalf of a minor child if you are the parent, step-parent, or guardian of the child and the child has been the victim of sexual assault.1
1 N.D.C.C. § 12.1-31-01.2(2); North Dakota Court Instructions for Requesting a Sexual Assault Restraining Order
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