The purpose of such a hearing is to determine whether or not a civil protective order should be made permanent. If the plaintiff fails to appear for that hearing, the complaint/petition should be dismissed at that time.
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I agree with my colleague. If she fails to show up, the case should be dismissed.
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Yes. If the person who is seeking a PRO chooses not to attend that hearing, the TRO normally gets dismissed and the matter is over. Until then the TRO is still in effect and it would be criminal for you to contact her.