If it really is for no reason, and if it is preventing you from living a full and free life, then you can ask the court that issued it to reconsider its order. You will need legal assistance to figure out the best way to ask for it to be withdrawn. If it has no impact on you, then do nothing and leave the lady alone (simply comply with the order). For information, see "How to change or dismiss a Protective Order" at --
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I agree with Mr. Robinson. However, to clarify, there are a number of ways that you can be affected by a protective order or injunction. In most cases, you will not be allowed to own or posses firearms, under threat of criminal prosecution. Furthermore, they can sometimes be used to enhance the penalty for a future crime. Finally, and this is a big consideration for many people, these orders are in the public record and may affect your consideration for certain jobs.