Legal Information: Rhode Island
Updated: November 4, 2022
What protections can I get in a sexual assault protective order?
In a sexual assault protective order, a judge can order that the respondent not:
- contact you;
- assault you;
- molest you; and
- interfere with you at home, on the street, or anywhere else.1
1 RI Gen. Laws § 11-37.2-2(a)
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