My ex filed a restraining order against me but before our hearing for the restraining order we had another hearing for custody and he dropped it on that day so I didn't have to file a response nor go to the hearing no more
Restraining orders are often re-filed. Sometimes these things never end.
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There will be a case number assigned to the Request that was filed. People often let these things go, but the facts and information are pertinent to any later filing, especially in DV cases.
Courts like to keep a case family specific. If the two of you quarrel again, nothing stops him from filing another Request on that same case number. However, as there is no filing fee for DV it makes little difference. t
It sounds like you are in family court. It depends on if the judge dismissed it "with prejudice" so that it cannot refile it, or "without prejudice" so that it can be refiled.
You need to speak to an experienced family law attorney. I don't think this is completely gone...and it may come back again.
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