Criminal Temporary Protection Order Form. This is a Ohio form and can be use in Hamilton County (Court Of Common Pleas).
Tags: Criminal Temporary Protection Order, CR-34, Ohio County (Court Of Common Pleas), Hamilton
IN THE HAMILTON COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO STATE OF OHIO Case No. _____________ CONTROL NO. __________ CRIMINAL TEMPORARY PROTECTION ORDER (O.R.C. 2919.26) vs. ___________________ Defendant PERSON(S) PROTECTED BY THIS ORDER: NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: SEE ATTACHED WARNING COMPLAINANT:_____________ OTHER FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS: _____ ___________________________ RESIDENCE: ________________ Upon hearing held ______________, the Court finds that the motion of Complainant for a Temporary Protection Order is well taken. The Court finds that the safety and protection of the Complainant and other family or household members named above may be impaired by the continued presence of the Defendant. Therefore, the following orders, which are designed to ensure the safety and protection of Complainant and the family or household members, are issued to Defendant as pretrial condition to any bail set under Criminal Rule 46. All of the orders that are marked in the boxes apply to Defendant. X 1. DEFENDANT SHALL NOT ABUSE THE COMPLAINANT AND THE OTHER FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS NAMED IN THIS ORDER by harming, attempting to harm, threatening, molesting, following, stalking, bothering, harassing, annoying, contacting, or forcing sexual relations upon them. X 2. DEFENDANT SHALL REFRAIN FROM GOING TO OR ENTERING the buildings, grounds, and parking lots of the residences, schools, businesses, and place of employment of Complainant and the other family or household members named in this Order. X 3. DEFENDANT SHALL STAY AWAY FROM THE COMPLAINANT AND THE OTHER FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS NAMED IN THIS ORDER. Defendant shall not be present within ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY FEET (distance) of them. If Defendant accidentally comes in contact with Complainant or the other family or household members named in this Order in any public or private place, Defendant must depart immediately. X 4. DEFENDANT SHALL NOT INTERFERE with Complainant's right to occupy the residence indicated above through actions such as canceling utilities or insurance and interrupting phone service, mail delivery, or the delivery of any other documents or items. Defendant shall surrender all keys and garage door openers to the residence indicated above at the earliest possible opportunity to the law enforcement officer who serves Defendant with this Order as follows: _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc. X 5. DEFENDANT SHALL NOT INITIATE ANY CONTACT WITH COMPLAINANT OR THE OTHER FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS NAMED IN THIS ORDER. This includes, but is not limited to, telephone, fax, e-mail and voice contact with their residences, schools, businesses, and places of employment except as provided: _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ X 6. DEFENDANT SHALL NOT CAUSE OR ENCOURAGE ANY OTHER PERSON to do any act prohibited in Paragraph 1 through 5 above. X 7. DEFENDANT MAY PICK UP CLOTHING and personal items from the above residence only upon reasonable notice to Complainant and in the company of a uniformed law enforcement officer within 7 days of the filing of this Order or the date of Defendant's release on bond in connection with this charge, whichever is later. X 8. DEFENDANT SHALL NOT POSSESS, USE, CARRY, OR OBTAIN ANY DEADLY WEAPON. Defendant shall turn over any deadly weapon in Defendant's possession at the earliest possible opportunity to the law enforcement officer who serves Defendant with this Order as follows: _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Law enforcement agencies receiving deadly weapons shall hold them in protective custody until further Court order. X 9. DEFENDANT SHALL NOT CONSUME, USE, OR POSSESS illegal drugs or beverages containing alcohol. X 10. DEFENDANT IS ADVISED THAT VISITATION ORDERS DO NOT PERMIT DEFENDANT TO VIOLATE ANY OF THE TERMS OF THIS ORDER. X 11. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT _______________________ 12. NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: IF THIS ORDER REQUIRES YOU TO REFRAIN FROM ENTERING THE RESIDENCE, SCHOOL, BUSINESS, OR PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT OF THE COMPLAINANT OR THE FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER(S) NAMED IN THIS ORDER, THIS ORDER CANNOT BE WAIVED OR NULLIFIED BY AN INVITATION TO YOU TO ENTER THEIR RESIDENCE, SCHOOL, BUSINESS, OR PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT OR YOUR ENTRY INTO ONE OF THOSE PLACES OTHERWISE UPON THEIR CONSENT. A copy of this order shall be delivered to the Defendant on the same day that the Order is entered. IT IS SO ORDERED. APPROVED: _________________________ JUDGE/MAGISTRATE ______________________________ Date: ________ DEFENDANT acknowledges receipt of this order. File: White Complainant: Yellow 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc. Law Enforcement Agencies: Blue Defendant: Pink Form 10.02-A CR34 1/98 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc. WARNING CONCERNING THE ATTACHED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTION ORDER NOTE: Rules of Superintendence 10.01 and 10.02 require this Warning to be attached to the FRONT of all civil and criminal domesice violence protection orders issued by the courts of the State of Ohio. WARNING TO RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT Violation of the attached Protection Order is a crime, punishable by imprisonment or fine or both, and can cause your bond to be revoked or result in a contempt citation against you. This Protection Order is enforceable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, tribal lands, and U.S. Territories pursuant to the Violence Against Women Act of 1994, 18 U.S.C. Section 2265. Violation of this Protection Order may subject you to federal charges and punishment. You may also be subject to federal penalty for possessing, transporting, or accepting a firearm under the Gun Control Act, 18 U.S.C. Section 922(g)(8). Only the Court that issued this Protection Order can dismiss it. The Petitioner/Complainant cannot give you legal permission to violate this Protection Order. "Good faith" and "consent" do not authorize you to violate this Protection Order. If you and the Petitioner/Complainant want to resume your relationship and have the Court dismiss this Protection Order, both of you must file a motion and appear before the Court. If these steps are not taken, you can be arrested for violating this Protection Order. You act at your peril if you disregard this WARNING. WARNING TO PETITIONER/COMPLAINANT Do not invite or admit the Respondent/Defendant into your residence while this Protection Order is in effect. Doing so may cause the Respondent/Defendant to be arrested. Only the Court can allow the Respondent/Defendant to contact you or return to your residence. NOTICE TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND OFFICERS The attached Protection Order is enforceable in all jurisdictions. Violation of this Protection Order, regardless of whether it is a criminal or civil Protection Order, is a crime under R.C. 2919.27. Law enforcement officers with powers to arrest for violations of the Ohio Revised Code must enforce the terms of this Protection Order as required by R.C. 2919.27 and R.C. 3113.31. If you have reasonable grounds to believe that Respondent/Defendant has violated this Protection Order, it is the preferred course of action in Ohio under R.C. 2935.03 to arrest and detain Respondent/Defendant until a warrant can be obtained. FORM 10.01-G. WARNING CONCERNING THE ATTACHED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTION ORDER. CR35 1/98 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc.