If the child was not the subject of abuse, they would not be a person covered by an Order for Protection. If there have been threats of bodily harm, there maybe a basis to seek an Order for Protection on behalf of the minor child once born. However, that would require a hearing and, potentially, a court trial if the allegations are denied and the defendant seeks an evidentiary hearing.
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No you cannot unless the abuser commits the qualifying acts in the statute against the newborn. The threats to kill the baby after birth may be enough to qualify.
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You would need to bring a new action to obtain an OFP for you newborn. You cannot simply write in a name. However, you could certainly help support your motion with the threats to kill your child.
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