For your peace of mind, a restraining order may need to be issued against a person who is putting your life in danger.
Alternatively, a restraining order may need to be fought against because it was never appropriate to begin with.
The burden of proof is placed on the person asking for the restraining order to show evidence establishing the factors needed for a permanent restraining order.
YOU DO NOT want a restraining order on your record if one should have never been issued against you.
At Barrios & Machado, we can talk to you about any restraining orders you may against you or the need for one against another party.