I had a problem with friend and he threatem me with the police if I contact with him any longer. Even I live in state and he live in different state. Is that possibly to him to place an restraining order agonist me
Based upon the few facts presented, it is not possible to have an order protection entered against you.
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If your friend feels you are harassing him, he may be able to obtain a Temporary Restraining Order against you. However, many further facts are needed for a proper analysis. Additionally, it would be difficult and expensive to enforce the TRO.
If your friend no longer wants contact with you, you may want to consider not contacting him. Only you know how serious your friend would be, and it would be silly to have this situation blow up to a litigation.
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