Legal Information: Oklahoma
Updated: November 18, 2022
Who is eligible for a victim protective order?
To get a victim protective order you must be a victim of one of the crimes listed here, but you do not have to have a specific relationship with the offender. If the offender is a family or household member, then you cannot file for a victim protective order but could be eligible for a domestic violence protective order.1
If you are the immediate family member of a victim of first-degree murder, you are eligible for a victim protection order against the offender who was charged and convicted of the crime of first-degree murder or the person who was charged and convicted for being an accessory to the crime.2
1 22 O.S. § 40.2(A)
2 22 O.S. § 40.2(B)
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