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Legal Information: Oregon
How do I get an extreme risk protection order?
The steps to get an extreme risk protective order are similar to the steps to get a domestic violence restraining order but you will fill out different forms.
Your petition for an extreme risk protection order must include:
- your signed, written sworn statement (affidavit);
- your oral statement given under oath; or
- any witness’s oral statement given under oath.1
1 O.R.S. § 166.527(3)
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