I did already go back to court and agreed to a permanent protection order but only if i could take it off in a certain amount of time and he said yes. THere was no charges against us, and no violence involved.
Difficult to answer based upon your description which does not identify "someone" or who "he" is. Maybe "he" is the judge? Because you are the protected party, you may request that a civil protection order be lifted or dissolved at any time.
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If you are talking about a civil protection order under which you are the protected party, you can file a motion at any time asking the Court to dismiss the restraining order and the resulting order should be issued fairly quickly.
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